Thursday, December 04, 2008

The Perfect One

Our Youth Pastor and his wife had their adorable baby girl today! So, of course, we had to go visit. Which prompted a conversation with Chloe:
"Mom, do you have any more babies in your tummy?"
"No, Chloe, all my babies are out."
"Was I in your tummy?"
"No, you were born in China, remember?"
"Oh yes, don't tell me - I remember. You had to fly a LONG WAY to China to find the PERFECT BABY GIRL - that was me!!!"

17 comments:

Mr.Brian said...

And a perfect little gal she is.I love her so much.
She brightens a room when she enters.

Gail said...

Why of course she's the perfect one. So cute and so right. :)

Monica said...

How sweet...and perceptive!!! (0:

Barbie said...

Wow. That brought tears to my eyes! It is obvious she knows just how special and loved she is.

OH MY #6 said...

that image is adorable. the story is too!

Lea
xo

holly m. said...

Becky!
That girl is a sweetie and so true just the perfect girl for your family!!:)

Kristi said...

Oh Becky! Precious! God is so good as He has truly blessed each us with the Perfect Baby Girl from afar! Chloe is so special!

Steffie B. said...

Too precious....we've had a lot of those conversations lately too. ;)

Kelley said...

Absolutely perfect! I love that painting...it's hanging in my bedroom.

Mom 2 six said...

Way too cute !

kris said...

That is so sweet!

Teresa said...

Aww. Very cute. What an intelligent daughter you have :)

Beverly said...

no self esteem issues there, LOL!

Anonymous said...

she is the perfect baby girl

amber drilling

Nina said...

I just popped over from your book blog. We also have a perfect 4 year old from China. :)

Nancy said...

What a lovely thing for her to say! What a sweet little gift you have there :).

Check out my blog...I could use some pointers/help! I love it, but it's boring!

Scribbit said...

This probably sounds weird--but I love that basket in the painting.

And congratulations to the new parents--how wonderful!

When you are harvesting your crops and forget to bring in a bundle of grain from your field, don't go back to get it. Leave it for the foreigners, orphans and widows. Then the LORD your God will bless you in all you do.
~Deuteronomy 24:19

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