Photos courtesy of Ryan Prouty

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Our own American Idol...

Today, Alayna was to sing in the church service, so I spent more time on her clothes and hair than I did my own! She looked adorable, and I found a matching outfit for a Kodak moment!
The 4 & 5 year olds sang 2 songs. The first with the praise band (behind them) and the second by themselves.
This is my favorite song! Enjoy the short video, you will want to turn off the blog's music for it! Alayna practiced it for us many times, so I knew what they were saying, though its tough to understand. Here are the words for those who haven't heard it 372 times yet:
If I had a little white box to put my Jesus in
I'd take Him out and (kisses fingers 3 times)
And share Him with my friends!
And if I had a little black box to put the devil in
I'd take him out and SMASH HIS FACE
And put him back again!

6 comments:

sara said...

You can't tell AT ALL that they liked the "smash his face" part!!

YOur new blog header is beautiful & so true, this is exactly what we were created for - His Glory!

Thanks, as always, for your precious words of encouragement!!

Anonymous said...

Hi ladies, mommy and alayna.

You are both beautiful in your black and white and the song is precious. I'm sure Alayna had it learned perfectly. Isn't it fun and a tug at the heart when you see the little ones sing?

Love to all,
Grammy and Papa

Marcie Ciha said...

Oh that was so adorable!! I am glad you included the words though. I loved it!

Lisa said...

Oh yes...You have your own American Idol on your hands!! LOVE LOVE the picture of you two. That is one to go and get copied (good luck with that) and get framed for sure!!! Super cute! Great job!

CihaPet said...

I absolutely LOVED that song! Thank you for having video of it!
And Alayna looks so BIG now! What have you guys been doing to our 'little' Alayna!

Erika said...

Hello! I'm new to your blog :o)

This video is SOO Sweet! I used to sing at church all the time as a child and this definitely brings back memories!! Thanks for sharing!