it's more than names on a wall.
we get to work the second week of school.
by then most kids are settled into their class
and we have a good idea how to spell and pronounce their names.
writing them on lined sheets of paper.
elijah has a system as to what color he uses.
sam wants to use every color of the rainbow.

elijah and sam are intentional of noticing the new students in their class and learning their names.
it's that important.
for their names are going on the boy's bedroom
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"momma, our walls look funny in the summertime when we don't have names up there!" one comments.
it's that important.

the names are on the wall for one purpose.

we pray for them every night.
maybe one was sick at home.
someone was having a bad day.
usually one of the kids said something silly.
one got hurt and one made someone mad.
one we're learning to love more.
someone needs our prayers.

the fun for the boys is reusing the ones from previous years if they were in the same class.
this means some names have been on the wall for three years now.
it's that important.

at the close of the school year, the names go into a plastic container. some we will reuse the next year. others it might be a few years before they go back on the bedroom wall.
whichever names are on the wall,
those children and teachers are prayed for 180 days.
it's that important.