I came up with a simple craft idea … making their Christmas 2010 Wish Lists on a decorated stocking. I printed out a stocking template I found online and used that as a guide, cutting out a red stocking for each of them, with green cuffs and toes. In Microsoft Word, I typed up a short little fill-in-the-blank list for them, and it was done.
I have no idea what he means by “gameboard.” Anyone? I refuse to buy Bakugan, since the ones he has are scattered all over the house and mighty painful when you step on them in the middle of the night.
While we’re on the subject of Christmas wish lists … You guys have been a tremendous help in the past when I’ve been trying to track something down, so now it’s your turn again. I know you can do it. I have faith. A friend is trying to track down this grey sweater that Harry Potter is wearing above as a Christmas present for her husband, and she is very specific in wanting to get as close to the looseness of the fit and the thickness of the cable weave as possible. She’s checked all the usual suspects but has turned up empty. Suggestions?
Apparently if one arranges one’s food in the shape of a smiley face, it makes it more appetizing. Or that was Nick’s theory anyway. After he finished putting fingerprint smudges all over my camera lens, he did manage to eat the chicken and fruit. ‘Twas a Good Mom Day.