I wish I could say that this post was about all of the great charitable giving my kids and I are involved in this holiday season, but it's not. It's rather about the selfishness being alive and well over here. It's a quite opposite post from this one. My kids recently wrote their annual wish lists to their grandparents and here they are. I wanted to remember them.
Jonas' list was divided into categories and it included things like "Cars 2- must have !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!", not only very specific lego sets, but the words "a lot of other legos too", "no clothes please !!!!!!!!!!!!!", under the weapons category (yes, a whole category) he wants "a real flame thrower", under the video games category he lists specifics but requests "a lot of other ones too", and last but not least :) "pizzas, real food"
Ella asks for a toy horse, a toy castle with a princess, paints, cupcake stickers, any kind of books, Barbie dresses, a pretty nightgown, and a puzzle.
Kate wants an American Girl doll magazine, a Barbie coloring book, a Barbie cell phone, Peter Pan DVD, play clothes for Bitty Baby, play clothes for Kit, a toaster, a microwave, and a coffee maker.
Isaac's lists included the things he likes. They are loud, have wheels, and go fast. just. like. isaac.