Sometimes your children pick up words from other people. At times they may be good words, and other times it could be....well, just read the story. This is from my friend, Sharon.
"When they were learning the books of the New Testament singing Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and the Acts, and the Romans, etc. They got to the Epistle of James and my three year old son bellowed out "He p-ssed off James". He was singing this at my parent's home (non-members), and they started laughing. We asked them why they were laughing, and they said to have him sing it again. We paid more attention because he filled his body with air right before he "bellowed out" the James part. His body was shaking from filling up his lungs to prepare himself to sing his version of the Epistle of James. We laughed and then told him it was not "he p-ssed off James", but the Epistle of James.
So, when the Primary Program came, he had been taught to sing it the right way, but OH NO he sang it the way he thought it was suppose to be."