Cassie's been looking forward to this week, as she was making a Father's Day craft for daddy. Like most kids, she couldn't wait until Sunday to give it to me, so she gave it to me last night. I acknowledge that I'm the only one who cares, so this blog is really for me (see my second post about people who talk about their kids).
The gift is a shirt and tie made of paper. The shirt has been colored in several colors of crayon. The tie is blue (my favorite color), and says "Happy Father's Day - I love you very much and miss you when you're in India. Love Cassie"
What is even more entertaining is the back, which has a form of questions to which Cassie obviously dictated answers. Enjoy:
My daddy is 26 years old.
My daddy is as tall as a shark.
My daddy is as strong as he can carry our coffee table.
My daddy is special because he is happy.
I like it when my daddy snuggles with me.
My daddy can do many things! I think he is best at coloring with me.
My daddy is smart. He even knows how to lift a frog.
Daddy always tells me funny stories.
I wish I knew what was going through her head sometimes. I don't know where she gets these answers, but they're fun - AND, I DO LOVE TO SNUGGLE WITH HER!