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Q2: What else did God make? God made all things.

This worked the first time I did it with our seven-year-old, so I decided to try it again. To talk about the difference between what God makes and what people make.

We made a Paper People. His shirt had to be green, of course. Eyes too. Quickly, Paper Gavin got a broken arm, a gashed leg, and a slit neck. Paper Gavin still guards the fridge, getting his foot trapped in the freezer drawer every time a popsicle is retrieved.

Mommy, wearing the perpetual teacher hat, is ready to ask, “So what does Paper Gavin eat? How is he different than God’s Gavin?” Finally, God’s Gavin bluntly retorts, “Stop, Mommy.”

Okay. . . .

3 thoughts on “Q2: What else did God make? God made all things.

  1. Teacher Mommy gets “Enough Already!” quite frequently, I find. But it doesn’t stop Teacher Mommy from trying. The requests for “stop” get more creative the older the pupil gets. So, so fun!

  2. Hahaha! Just like last week, when we were doing the first few catechism questions with Stephen, he did great till question #3, when he announced, “Nope, I’m done.”

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