Thursday, December 15, 2011

Visions Of Sugar Plums....

dance in his head.

Because he thinks gifts as great and large as an iPad and iPod Touch will be filling his stocking.

Dream on, little man.

Realistically, I don't think he's counting on these outlandish gifts, but he mentions them any way in the hopes that St. Nick will soon hear.

(Darn Christmas consumerism! It takes away from the innocence of the season)

But still, I wonder how did my little boy become a techie nut?


  1. Wow, I don't even think my kids know what those things are....

    It's a good teaching moment, that St Nick brings simple gifts, and what his reason for it is, right?

  2. He is thinking big isn't he? I love hearing what kids are thinking.

    Thanks for your real comment. We just finished our am subjects and I'm still in my pj's. :)

    A sign of low stress today!

  3. Since Joe and I switched to android, we have two iPhones that still work, all but the phone part. Joe is getting a used one from a co-worker to make three. We are thinking of setting them up for the kids so they can use them for things like the dictionary, thesaurus, wiki, maps, educational games, and listening to their Suzuki pieces. No email, no FB, and some kind of parental control program for the web and you tube. I'm not sure I am ready for this, but I *think* it will be a good thing!

  4. My 4 yr old said that an Ipod and a gameboy were on top of her list! Right after the babydoll (guess what she got!). We all like to dream big, right? Even if we know it isn't likely. And the beauty is that God loves to grant our biggest wishes--but only the ones that are good for us!


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