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Monday, December 24, 2012

~Mary Had A Baby~

A child's
 "Christmas Story"
After Mary and Joseph were married,
the Emperor Augustus said 
"everyone should return to their hometown"
 so a count could be made of every person in my empire.

Mary was going to have a baby but they made
the long trip to Bethlehem anyway.
When they arrived the big city was full of people,
streets were crowed with shoppers
and all the hotels were filled up!

Joseph searched and  searched but could find no where to stay.
Finally, on the edge of town, he spotted an old barn.
He said, "Mary will this be ok, it sure would be fun to sleep
in the hay with all these animals."

During the night Mary had her baby!!
A baby boy, "wow", he was so pretty.
She wrapped him in a blue blanket and
gently laid him in a manger where the animals fed,
cause there was nowhere else for her baby to sleep. 
Mary and Joseph were so happy, lots of people came to visit.
There were Shepherds from next door,
Angels flew down from "Heaven",
and even men that were very smart stopped by.
They brought presents for Mary's new baby
just like Santa does.

Then you know what happened,
all of the animals started to talk to Mary's baby.
Cows, sheep, chickens they all spoke real words,
 that made Joseph laugh but Mary just smiled.

Mr. Donkey said to Mary
"What did you name your baby?"
"Jesus"
His name is Jesus
A Savior who will one day rule the nations'.
                            The End
                                                          Constance Raybabe aka Connie
                                             Age 7  1851


And They Came With Haste,
And Found Mary and Joseph,
And The Babe Lying
In A Manger.
Luke 2:16

Wishing you Peace and Love
this silent Holy Night
                                             Connie

3 comments:

  1. Warm Wonderfup post, Connie.....Merry Chritmas.Francine.

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  2. Connie, that is precious. A sweet tribute to Jesus' birth. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Blessings, Sue

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