This coming Sunday, my youngest nephew will be christened…
Emily and I are going…
Girls road trip!!!
14 hours of teen pop music… (7 hours there and 7 hours back)
I love driving and I am ok with Emily’s music, we will sing our heads off for hours.
From time to time, she might switch to the back seat and watch the Big Bang Theory on a laptop. She will wear her headphones and I will put Bon Jovi on which means that within minutes she will decide to come back to the front seat and put Justin Bieber, One Direction or some other teen idol back on… 🙂
Once we get there, we will be spending time with my mom, my baby brother his lovely wife and their 3 amazing boys. I am really looking forward to the cuddles and the love I get from my family!
The christening is Sunday, Emily and I will go to the church:
She will not want to go in
I will bribe her a little…
We will get in
We will sit near the back and within minutes of the ceremony starting, Emily will get nervous and agitated…
The voices will echo in such a way that it will bother her ears
She will try hard to stay there but won’t be able to…
I will keep encouraging her with soft words and hold her hand.
I will not be listening to the ceremony
I will be completely focused on Emily.
If the christening takes too long, Emily will not be able to stay and we will end-up going outside for a bit.
I will try to negotiate to go back in…
She will cry, not a loud obnoxious cry, just a soft quiet one that makes me feel like the worst mom ever for pushing her so hard.
I will give-up
We will sit by the car or in it depending on the weather and wait for the ceremony to be over!
And that is “how you go to a christening without actually going to it!!!”
Here is a picture of the only christening Emily ever stayed at…. hers!
If you were in my place, would you keep trying?
Always keep trying, remember Emily would not be the young lady she is today if you had stopped trying. Enjoy your drive, sing like rock stars and soak in your family.
Thank you, we will sing and have a blast!!!