While Tess was playing at my friend Catherine's house last week, Catherine decided to serve the kidos some soybeans. As she was dishing out the green goodness she started telling them how great they are for your body and how our bodies are like sponges--we soak up all the nutrients and good stuff and whatever we don't need, all the yucky stuff, our bodies eliminate when we pee or poop etc.....
Here's the conversation that followed.
Tess: "Does Jesus pee?"
Catherine : "I don't know...I don't think so....He has a perfect resurrected body, I don't think he eats anything, so I guess he doesn't have to pee."
Tess: "Jesus takes the sacrament, so he does eat bread and water"
Catherine: "That's true, you're right Tess he does take the sacrament...I guess he must pee."
Just in case you've never pondered the digestive tract of resurrected beings, Tess is on it--always thinking about the weightier matters of the law. This is hopefully a question that never comes up in your gospel doctrine class discussions.
I guess we are raising some super righteous kids--I don't mean to brag but apparently it's true.