Nothing as remotely cute as that :-D
I guess those robotic pets don't go over as well as manufacturers had hoped!
I loved seeing the "real" in that letter. There is so much in our world that is not real anymore.One year Nathan left a blank line for Santa to leave his signature on a letter.
New reader, follower #100 for you (I'm just saying). When my children were little & we had a strict budget, my son & I cut out pictures of wreaths from the side of a semi-destroyed cardboard shoebox. We punched holes through the bow parts and strung them on black yarn. Before we hung them from the tree I wrote my son's name on the front inside the wreath and then asked him what his Christas wish might be, so that I could write it on the back. To this day, 15 years later, it is the one 'ornament' that makes me smile & cry at the same time. Here's what it says:"I wish I was a rich, rich, rich person when I grow up. I'd help other people - my kids, EVERYBODY in the whole wide world!" Lukas, 6 years old.
Wow ... those are some big requests! :-) Too cute!
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