Your children are watching you, even if you think they are too young to pay attention to what you are doing. My daughter walked into the room with her little copy of the New Testament and set down in a small school desk someone has gave her. "What are you doing?" I inquired of her, as I watched her turn the pages. "I going church." she announced importantly, "I reading." (Of course, if you didn't know her, you probably wouldn't have been able to understand what she was saying.) I always marvel at her actions. I felt so proud of her, though! :) I just had to share it!
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