Friday, December 11, 2009

Letters to Santa

Am I a lucky mom or what? Seriously, I couldn’t have asked for an easier Christmas list (or less costly….a grand total of $5) . I guess there are some serious advantages of not being in school yet surrounded by all the commercialism! We'll take it as long as it lasts!hazel letter

charlie letter

6 comments:

  1. What great kids! No Wii, no Barbie, no puppy, no mega-awsome-transformer-whatever. I'm sure those days will come, but for now, they're interested in whether Santa has a tree and how the reindeer are doing. Amazing!

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  2. I don't think it is possible for those to be cuter! You have such sweet kids.

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  3. Sayds:
    I just read this to Isaac and he was very impressed with how nice the letters were and how good Charlie's E was (he used to do E's like that too). When we read the part about the Brownie, I explained that a brownie is like a fairy that sometimes does nice things for you. Then we went on and finished reading the letter. At the end, Isaac said "why doesn't the fudge visit our house?" It took me a minute to realize what he was talking about. Brownie-fudge - get it?

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  4. Hazel and Charlie were both extra, extra good this year. I can tell just by reading their Santa letters. I hope they get what they wish for and more! Oh, and there are some secret meeting supplies coming in the mail to them from Papa Rob (with apologies to Saydi and the pediatric dentist!).

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  5. excellent. you even spelled reindeer right! your kids are so great. tell charlie he is one of the best garbage guys ever.

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  6. What adorable letters! I've read them twice now. I love the questions and that the only thing Hazel really requested was pipe cleaners! Awesome! Looks like you're going to be having a wonderful Christmas! Hug those great kids for us!

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