The Concept of You and Me

     Our David is four now and of course talking more in sentences and we are trying to explain the concept of you and me. Sounds simple, doesn't it? Try it, it's not as easy as it sounds, in fact it's down right confusing. We have him point at himself and say me, but to him, me is us, and you we  point to ourselves, but he thinks he is you to us. We think we almost have it but our little conversations with him sometimes prove otherwise. Any suggestions?


The Joy Of My Life, David

This is David and my daughter Lisa, at a farm near their home. I love this picture, it shows how happy and close they are. He just turned four this Oct. 1st, and I am still so much in love with this child, he brightens my day when he comes to see me and we play and snack while watching cartoons together. He can be a real pistol at times, but he is a very loving giving child. I've had a lot go wrong for me this last few years and if it wasn't for my children and David I don't think I'd have gotten through some of it.

If you want my advice, don't let a day go by without telling them and showing them how much they are wanted and loved. If everyone did that the world would be a much nicer place, don't you think?