Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Dig it!

The contractor is going to start digging our foundation hole today! Finally we are going to get started and I just have to say.... It's about time!

In other news, Casey is hankering after leprechauns. He wants them to be real SO bad. He is trying to find ways for them to be real. We are willing to let him believe they are real but he is trying to reconcile leprechauns with the scriptures. We were reading the Book of Mormon the other night and he asked if Heavenly Father could do anything. We said yes. Here's the rest:

Casey: Then, can his angels do anything too?
Us: They can do anything Heavenly Father wants them to.
Casey: What if one was really sneaky and he just snuck down and made just a few leprechauns?
Us: Well.....

We tried not to laugh. Really. But it was impossible. He's so cute that I wish a sneaky angel would come make him a leprechaun. Ahhh. The joys of youth.

7 comments:

Julie said...

ha ha

and congrats about the breaking ground... yippeee

amanda lynn said...

lol I can't get over the things he says I am so glad you post the things your kids say it totally makes my day.

Veater Family said...

Casey is so cute. We miss you guys. That is so exciting on the ground breaking. The most important part the foundation!

Heidi Lindsay said...

That is SSOO cute! I wish a sneaky angel would make a leprechaun for him too!

elisa moulton family said...

What a funny, creative little boy. Give him a hug for me. Congrats on your hole! That doesn't sound that great, but you know what I mean...

leschornmom said...

I'll bet he would really like the movie Fineanne's (sp?) Rainbow. It's a silly little musical about a leprican that turns human...It was one of my favorites growing up! My kids really get a kick out of it!
And don't worry...one of my 10 yr olds still insists that Peter pan came to her window when she was 6!!!!

Michaelangelo said...

Hope you guys had a fun ground breaking party to celebrate!! That is so exciting!

And Casey, I wish there were some leprechauns around too-- I wouldn't mind their pots of gold too much either.