Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Kids Say The Darndest Things About Christmas



The greatest theologians begin as confused young kids.

Cast:
Caribbean Boy: 6 yr old chic (child of the IC)
Gummi Bear Girl: 4 yr old chic
Bookie Girl: 1 1/2 yr old chic

p.s. Sic did the video in November, hence the "as advent draws near" opening line....

12 comments:

Alex Vitus said...

Very cute children! :)
How sweet, that made my day... night...

Melody said...

I fell over on my desk laughing as I watched that...
"Bookie!!!" --Smart showing the Nativity book. We know by it that you and SIC are trying.
"jelly beans!"--I take it she's thankful, albiet aren't jelly beans more Easter?
"and Jesus got burned..." (I know he was saying "born" but that's was it sounded like...)

All in all, adorable. Thank you for posting it.

Melody said...

Oh I forgot, "and he only wanted one thing..." Haha...

Yes, I'm rewatching it a second time...

~m2~ said...

oh.
my.
goodness.

priceless :)

(do you get baptized in jamaican waters when you decide to become a Caribbean?)

Ma Beck said...

Holy. smoke.

So adorable.

My eyes!

Drew said...

Who taped the last Christology class? The professor told us no recording devices!

Gregory said...

You have the most adorable kids.

I love your son. He seemed sure of everything he was saying.

Gregory said...

It's really funny that you were listening to "Linus and Lucy" from the Charlie Brown Christmas album. When I pressed play I was listening to the exact same thing.

The Ironic Catholic said...

Gregory--my son is the classic "often wrong, never in doubt" kind of kid.

Penni--never knew we were from Jamaica, mon? ;) I have no idea where he got that from!

Thanks all!

The Ironic Catholic said...

Drew--ha!

Rufus McCain said...

Bravo!

Christine said...

Wonderful! I am going to share, share, share! :)

Sometimes, kids are just kids even when we want them to be theologians. My own girls are absolutely positive that the real meaning of Christmas is Jesus' birth, but their favorite part is still opening presents. Heck, if we are totally honest, can many of us say much different? It's always fun to open shiny boxes! ;)