Thursday, December 4, 2008

Dear Santa

Adam oversaw the letters to Santa this year, which was a good thing for them, because if I had been in charge I would have limited them to two requests apiece. Instead, he coached them, reminding them what they had been asking for, and said that they could ask for anything but that Santa would only bring what he felt they should have. They are blessed to have a dad that makes everything so fun and easy, and who doesn't get frustrated easily or place unnecessary limitations on them like their mom does.
Once again, Katie has requested a star for Christmas. I'm not sure what she is expecting, so I hope she doesn't set her hopes too high. Last year, she got a star Christmas ornament--I wonder how consistent Santa needs to be, or if she is expecting him to be creative and come up with something new this year . . . .

7 comments:

Kel said...

I am pretty sure there is a star registry where you can name a star. Maybe you could do that when she gets a little older - I think it would be fun.

The Lewis Family said...

Do you have the stars you stick on ceilings? Maybe that is an idea.
~C

Stephanie said...

Those are so cute. I'm sure you will, but please save them for when they are older.

MerrittBadges said...

Cute letters. I love how simple and direct children are about what they want. We adults, just can't make it that simple can we? Hope Santa is good to you this year.

Crafty P said...

oh that is precious. i love the lists. And i love that your Katie has wished for a star! dream big!

Mama D said...

How sweet! Little kids are so fun at Christmas time.

Suzy said...

They requested some great things from Santa! The star request is too cute.