Twas the night before Christmas and Quinn suggested leaving a snack for Santa to have on his ride round the world and back. To the fridge we both went to decide what to leave and what did my child choose oh you wouldn't believe. For Santa he left an apple and orange, beans and carrots with ranch dressing of course, a roll and chocolate milk would make up the course.
OK, I'm out, that's my cleverness for the day. How many children would leave such wonderful healthy food for Santa. Heehee, several people have mentioned not wanting to be his Santa, but I love it.
Here it is in all its glory.
Quinn's letter to Santa and a nice picture he drew.
No explanation needed.
Santa brought a ton or superheros this year.
And grandpa provided a bat cave for them. Grandma got Bakugans and I got a couple more dragons. Luckily all of these guys can play together!
While Santa brought this for Christmas, its really for our stay in Boston. A mom that we met when were up for Quinn's cath procedure got one for her son who was also having an open heart procedure. Dan and I thought is was a great idea. What do you do to entertain a 4 year old who has to be still for several days. It's like an oxymoron, a still 4 year old. Well, we will see how it goes.
We are going to try to get this one on the go Quinn go website. I thought it would be kind of perfect. Quinn cheering himself on.
Pillow pet from Auntie Kristin and Uncle Joe, "I've always wanted a pillow pet! Do you remember when we went to the Ferris Wheel and you told me I could have one? Well this is great, now I have one." Nice job auntie and uncle, he really loves it.
This is what Wesley did for Christmas.
Finally, I leave you with this pic. I thought the crossed eyes would leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling.