Saturday, April 07, 2012

It is well known that in 5 short months our sweet little Mace is headed off to Kindergarten. *sigh* And until that time I for one will be making every effort to soak in the imaginations of her magical, unadulterated little mind. So, while many of you and others all over the world are celebrating Easter this weekend, the Millers are celebrating the last ever Brewster.

You see, last year, after Easter was over, Macie and I were home and she wanted to read the "Brewster" book. For the life of me I could not figure out what in the world she was talking about, so I had her go get this mystery "Brewster" book for me. Lo and behold she brought down her Easter book. I just figured , okay, whatever, she got the word wrong and I just let it go figuring it would be forgotten by this year. Well, a month or so ago, she began asking me if it was almost time for Brewster. I couldn't believe she was still calling it that so I told Jamie and we got a good chuckle about how our girls always seem to rename things. We were going to correct her, but I just sort of love her 5 year old mind and the amazing and creative thing that it is. So, as I have often done with our girls, I sort of encouraged the whole Brewster thing. Jamie fought it at first, but then sentiment took over and he realized this will most likely be the last Brewster ever. Next year when she hits school there is no way we can have her call it "Brewster" when everyone around her will be calling it Easter, just like Tori and Isabelle had to learn that garbage does not go in the "frash can" and you are not reading this blog on a "macuter". Growing up happens....but not quite yet. ;)

So I hope you have a wonderful and blessed Brewster. And most of all I pray you embrace the full and beautiful life that is ours because of the death and resurrection of our Savior Jesus Christ.

Much love,


Anonymous said...

Happy "Brewster" to all of you. We love little Macie so much! Thanks for sharing this. Papa and grandma

Full of JOY said...

I was JUST remembering the day I came over to watch Tori and Isabelle when you went into labor with Mace. I glanced into the car, saw the look on your face, and quickly ran inside! I can't believe she will be starting school!!!

kasey said...

I can so relate to this post! Kayley starts kindergarten this fall too and I have such mixed emotions about it! I'm trying to savor all of the moments I can too with her. Time goes too fast!

Richardson Family said...

Glad to see you back! Hope you are all well. We miss you.

Life with Kaishon said...

This made me cry so hard. Seriously. I have to go and take pictures of a newborn in a few minutes and I can not stop crying. : (

Love your babies and their wonderful imaginations.

Love the Mom that you are. You are treasure.

Life with Kaishon said...

I am waiting for the Memorial Day post : )