Thursday, November 29, 2007

My 8 year old son's letter to Santa (which I opened and plan on replying to.)

Christmas List

Well, I like science, If you can, bring 3 things of that. I realy like Monopoly, I like the spongebob best, I like legos, I have so many decisions, so pick random. and no girl toys do you sell computers and laptops as presents? I'd like my own computer. NO (real) CARS, I'm not able to drive yet. I'd like an Eye-clops and spy gear. I like experiments. but only give one. I don't know which one I'd like, Except for making thunder.

That's 8 or 9, you can do the rest I'd like but

I am a nice


I'm going to ask Santa to bring my son a real car anyway.


  1. Before I read the last line I was going to suggest you bring the boy a real car as I think that would be hysterical. Borrow someone's and put a bow on it for the morning. A bit mean, maybe, but fun for YOU. And that's what it's all about, ain't it? :D However, he IS a nice boy. There's no drawing stuff on it. Does he still draw? He's talented.

  2. He draws his own comic book called "Mighty Guy" or "MG"

    MG defies death on several levels.

  3. Dave the Widower11/29/2007 11:46 AM

    Dang, that is so endearing Becky ! What a great kid ! Reminds me of stuff my son would say when he was that age. I remember one time I asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up and he told me either a Doctor or a Nintendo Instructor. Pricelss !

  4. I love his letter. That's awesome. :)

  5. That is great and such a good example of the thinking of an 8 year old. Brings back great memories for me of my own boys when they were younger.

  6. Oh how funny is that!

    Your son has quite an imagination, which, I can see, comes from his mother.

    At least if you buy him a real car, you can share it as well.

  7. Funny....

    While you're at it Becky, I wouldn't mind me a REAL car. :)

    Sounds like he's gonna be a scientist...or a chemist.

  8. Spouse Guy can make thunder.

  9. Becky,

    You can send letters to Santa via Canada Post to:

    North Pole, Canada

    Canada Post will answer the letters, and they love doing just that :)

    Erf (a snowed under canuck)


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