So I teach the Sunbeams (3-4 year olds) in church. We have so many little kids there are three Sunbeam classes and I have to say mine is the best. They say and do the funniest things. Here are some gems from last Sunday:
We were singing I Love to See the Temple and the last line says, "This is my sacred duty."
Avery looking at me: Are the words "sacred booty?"
Me laughing: "No sacred duty" emphasizing the DU.
Avery: "No, it's sacred booty."
Never contradict a 4 year old
Avery and Carson were kind of getting into it for a little bit. I'm not sure what they were debating but Avery is pretty opinionated (see above). All of a sudden I look over and Carson is using his fingers to make a diamond shape and he says, "W is for whatever."
The lesson on Sunday was I have feelings and we were singing If you're happy and you know it toward the end. I thought it would be fun to do If you're happy and you know it shake your booty. One of the kids looks at me and asks, "What's your booty?" I point to the appropriate body part. But then Caleb walks right up and plants his palm flat on my boob. "This is the booty," he says. I very quickly corrected him.
Ahhh, fondled by a 4 year old!