"Hmm. You're going to need a lot of money, then, Grandma."
"For your wedding. You'll have to get a new Grandpa now."
Alrighty...so I've been working on being a Proverbs 31 woman for a long time now, but I don't think there's anything in there about HAVING to have a husband, right? Of course Mom and I had to laugh and I just told her that no, there wouldn't be a wedding.
Fast forward to yesterday. Kayci, Emma and Reagan went over to KinderCare for a change of scene. I found out last night that Kayci was making paperclip hearts while they were there (Keely taught us how to do it back around Valentine's Day, and they're so cool!). Anyway, when one of the girls asked her why she was making them, she said, "for the wedding."
Crap. All this time I thought I was raising a strong, independent girl and modeling a great partnership of a marriage. Perhaps I should work a bit harder on raising my child and quit leaving it to Disney movies... :)
Quick update: Grandpa is hanging in there. He's been unconscious now since Thursday, but is very restful and shows no signs of pain or restlessness. As hard as it is, he's not hurting anymore, and that's such a blessing.