Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Into the mind and heart of Blake

I've been recording some of Blake's prayers on my family blog for some time and I thought I would post a few here. Each one is a different entry from the last year sometime.

(This was Oct. 20, 2008) Last night Jeff asked Cody if he wanted to pray and Blake said, "Don't ask for candy Cody, He (meaning Heavenly Father) doesn't have any." Like he had tried that before and it didn't work. Ah ha ha.

Saturday, September 6, 2008
Another Blake Prayer
It's been a while since I've written here but tonight was another sweet Blake prayer.He said, "And bless the kids in my school class that need help, that they will feel the Spirit and know how to choose the right."

I think I need to just tape record Blake's prayers at night. He always makes me smile. Here is tonight's (I'm paraphrasing). "Thank you for that Santa that came to the church. And thanks for Jesus that keeps that eye on us. And thank you for that activity thing that we take the activities out of every day and then do the activity (the advent calendar) and for that other activity (nativity) that we play with." (Grammy Price sent him a fisher price nativity) I forgot half of what I loved so much but he just prays so dang cute and from the heart.
Earlier today he was playing with the nativity and this is what I overheard. "Are you that EVIL wise man? Yes! I am! Well . . .blah blah blah." I love it.

Last night in Blake's prayer he said,
"Thank you for The Book of Mormon and President Monson and that the church is so special." I love him!
He also said the other day, "Mom, why can't we just go see Jesus instead of having to stay here and just learn about Him?" He thinks a lot about the gospel and I can tell he has a sweet little testimony already.

This kid has some crazy ideas these days. So we are driving home from Wallmart today and he says, "What was that zooming up in the sky? I think it was Jesus Christ." Then a few minutes later he said, "Is Jesus Christ for real mom?" And I said, "Yes he is Blake" and he said, "Well then where is he?" And I said,"Up in Heaven." And Blake said, "Well, where is heaven then?" And I said, "We aren't sure Blake. It's far away - maybe up in the sky, someplace we can't see." Then he said,"I know. Heaven in up in that place like Utah. Not the Utah where your grammy lives - but the other Utah - the one where all the dead people live." Ha ha. His mind is constantly going.

So tonight this was in Blake's prayer. "And please bless Santa that he can get a wii for his birthday - like in a week or in two weeks."
I'm not sure what to do with Blake's crazy prayers. A few months ago he uttered this one," . . . Thank you for my Pokemon cards and all that crap." That sparked a lesson on better language! (but I did want to sit back and giggle and giggle when he said it.) I love my kids. I love what they are learning and I can't remember a time when I prayed for santa to get a gift. Not once. What a sweet boy.


shel7by said...

i love blake. You know, your kids wouldn't be like that if the gospel wasn't such a common thing in your home. You're a good mom. I'm sorry I prayed that you'd have a UTI instead of me when I was Blake's age.

Katie Price said...

he is such an awesome kid. i think he and jax have a lot in common as far as built in goodness goes. and like shelby said, blake got it from you. i don't know where jaxon got it.

Cammie said...

That's too cute and funny.

Adrienne said...

"Pokemon cards and all that crap". Priceless.

PS I'll have you know that I am not freakier than Shelby. I'm normal. Sooo normal. I'm a little bit freaky. But so are you.

shel7by said...

Wha? Have you read your blog, adri? (yes, ADRI) I'm cozy in my 2nd place rank in the freaky category.

Jesika said...

I just love this boy!! He is so intuned with the spirit. He makes me smile every Sunday!

Wisconsin Watsons said...

I can't wait to see my little Blake! Counting down the days. I'm so glad you are recording all this down. I going to try to be inspired. Terri

Adrienne said...

you guys are bullies.

heather said...

kid prayers are the best.