Do you all remember that little hand gesture you learned when you were a kid? No, I'm not talking about the old classic "flipping the bird" at someone either...lolol. I'm talking about that one where you put your hands together with the backs of your hands touching together and interlace your fingers...and then you do the little saying, "Here's the church, here's the steeple, open the door and see all the people"...you know the one, right? I hope so, otherwise I am probably sounding like a complete weirdo right about now. Anyhoo, I showed it to Emma quite a while ago...and true to form the novelty wore off and she forgot about it until just recently. She's been doing it ALL the time again lately. So, there we were yesterday goofing around after dinner like our usual selves and she starts in doing it again. "Here's the church...here's the steeple...open the doors...and SEE ALL THE PEOPLE!"...and as she was wiggling her "people" around she said to me, "Mommy? Look...all of my people have the chicken pox...except for those short little pinky people...they're all good." I had no idea what she was talking about until I actually looked down at her hands. There they were, all the wonderful "people" wiggling away...and the chicken pox turned out to be little marks from all of the thousands of finger pokes Emma has had over the years. The short pinky sized people were "pox free" though because to this day my daughter refuses to let me check her blood sugar using her pinky. I can't say that I blame her...it's such a small little finger!