Lately Kate is really excited about listening to words in everyday conversation and trying to identify the letters they start with. On Sunday this turned into trying to just identify the words we were singing. For one of the hymns we sang "Be Still My Soul." Kate got really excited and repeated a few words here and there. But then she got this confused look on her face and asked, "Why he steal my soul?" "No, Kate, not steal, STILL."
Later someone made reference in their talk to Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. The speaker was briefly outlining the plot and mentioned how the Nazis shoot Indiana's dad in the stomach. Kate was quite bothered by this and kept asking why they shot him in the stomach. (The gist of the explanation I gave was mostly that it was because they were Nazis. What more reason do you need?) Finally she pointed out, REALLY loudly I might add, "No one got shot in the stomach in my Barbie movie!" I think she was just trying to point out the obvious superiority of HER movie over whatever this other junk we were all talking about. I mean, who wouldn't choose mediocre writing and atrocious computer graphics over a movie where someone gets shot in the stomach?!?!?
And finally, this same speaker mentioned the idea of being in God's presence. Kate got this excited look in her eyes and cried out (again, quite loudly), "God's PRESENTS! Like from Santa!!!"