Sometimes on Saturdays Nate likes to eat grilled cheesers and drink chocolate milk. It reminds him of when he was little and he'd spend the day with his dad. Maybe he'd like to throw in an episode of The Andy Griffith Show to make the commemoration complete.
Likewise there are Saturdays when all I want to eat is apple slices, bananas, cheese and crackers. We used to call that "Daddy lunch." It really hits the spot.
There is a new song our primary is singing. It's from the Friend magazine, so it's not on the church website to listen to, but I get teary every time the kids sing any of the verses. (And Carrie found me the link: http://www.lds.org/cm/display/0,17631,7206-1,00.html. Thanks, friend!) And we're learning it right now, so that means like ten times in a row I'm holding tears in trying to get my class to sing. The song is called "The Family is of God" and talks about the roles of mothers and fathers and children. It's pretty cool. If you want to hear it, call me up and I'll sing it to you. In the meantime, here is another cool primary song that I've never actually heard sung in a primary setting. I just found it on the resource-packed music section of lds.org. Click!