October 2006


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Charis just recently started saying “OK” when we ask her questions (actually, she just says “K”, and it’s kind of cute). She’s been able to say “no” for quite a while (and know that it means), but now that she is saying “K”, you can actually find out what she wants (most of the time). That’s a huge step forward, as far as I’m concerned. In the cases where she can’t actually say what she wants, Joy and I can usually ask a few questions and figure it out:

Do you need your diaper changed? “No”
Do you want some water? “No”
Do you want some milk? “K”

The only problem is in situations like this:

Do you want to go night-night? “No”

So in that case, we usually re-phrase the question to be “Do you want to go get your guys?” (her guys are her stuffed animals that she loves very much and that she always sleeps with at night). That usually gets a “K” response, which is surely a sign that it’s time for bed!

“Sometimes you have to watch somebody love something before you can love it yourself.”

(Donald Miller in “Blue Like Jazz”)

Click “more” to see a list of all of the interesting web sites I found this week. I keep track of my favorite sites using del.icio.us, a free web site where you can access your favorite links from any computer and share them with friends. You can also see all of my favorite links (not just the ones from this week).

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“Here is our King, Here is our love
Here is our God who’s come to bring us back to Him”

(from the song “Here Is Our King” by the David Crowder Band)

I have to get one of these. This is a USB device that you hook up to your computer and the faster you type, the faster the hamster wheel spins. Too cool!

Click “more” to see a list of all of the interesting web sites I found this week. I keep track of my favorite sites using del.icio.us, a free web site where you can access your favorite links from any computer and share them with friends. You can also see all of my favorite links (not just the ones from this week).

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