This is too cute not to share.
Our daughter Jessica melted our hearts a couple of days ago when she shared with us a precious moment that occurred with our granddaughter Mae.
Mae just turned 2 but, in some respects, is advanced beyond her two years.
What occurred points to the value of parents who allow their love for the Lord to overflow in visible fashion.
Here’s what Jessica wrote in her mommy-daughter journal that she’s keeping as Mae grows up:
“Today I was desperately trying to get you to take a nap so I laid down with you and asked if you wanted to sing a song. You started saying “Missing geese! Missing geese!”
“I couldn’t figure out what song you were referring to so I asked you how it went and you started singing “Missing geese” to the tune of “Amazing Grace.”
“It was incredibly precious.”
Mae has heard her parents sing Amazing Grace and even though she didn’t have the lyrics down pat, she gave it her best shot.
And what a shot it was.
For her to choose “Missing geese” as what she wanted to sing is very inspiring.
Actually, it’s amazing.
When somebody we love is drained and needing a boost, perhaps we should start singing “Missing geese” to them in the adult form of Amazing Grace.
Thanks, Jessica and Dave for being such visibly godly parents and wonderful ambassadors of the parenting truths found in Deuteronomy 6:4-9.
Let’s all look for opportunities to guide children toward the amazing grace of our Lord.
As always, I love you