Thanks ladies, I knew I could count on y'all.
So... shall we begin motzei shabbos with a discussion about how we're incorporating next week's parsha into learning with the kiddles?
I wanted to share a few adorable, Jewish moments that I've had with BeanBean & BooBah over the past 24 hours:
BooBah's been carrying a stuffed bear around lately. Last night, I asked her if the bear had a name. "Name?" she pondered. "Firstname Middlename?" she asked me.
"That's BooBah's name. Does the bear have a name?" "Yes. Name's Shehah." "The bear's name is 'Shehah?'" "Yes," she said, and put her thumb back into her mouth. BeanBean looked up and said, "She means 'Shehakol,' the bear's name is Shehakol." BooBah affirmed this.
Isn't that cute?!
I almost melted.
This afternoon, BeanBean was lining things up. He said, "These are my candles," and then proceeded to say the first bracha for lighting Channukah candles!
: He remembered the whole thing, I was so tickled. It made me feel a bit sad that I don't have any Shabbos candlesticks (to say nothing of candles). What a lovey!