My youngest daughter scanned the book fair shelves with care, looking intently for one particular book in a whole wide sea of books.
She wasn’t shopping for herself, though.
Our kids draw names for Christmas every year and each one excitedly plans out what gifts to give to their “chosen” sibling.
So, my youngest girl was shopping for her oldest sister, and she was doing it with great intentionality.
A few days previously, we had all come looking through the book fair goodies to see what was there and what we might like. That’s when she watched as her big sister, Victoria, made a huge pile of Christmas book requests.
Then, we took pictures of every single book Victoria asked for so we’d remember.
Now, here we were on present-buying day, with a seven-year-old looking for one book in particular from her sister’s epically long list.
She felt exultant when she found…
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