So y’all have seen this adorable and completely accurate blog post called A 10 Month Old’s Letter to Santa over at The Ugly Volvo. I chuckled at each one of these just imagining Luke’s delight over each one of these seemingly boring yet highly entertaining to him objects. Seeing as it is one week til Christmas, and my list is still very long with question marks next to each one of them, I thought I’d do the responsible thing and procrastinate even more by making Luke’s own special letter to Santa with the things his little heart desires most in the world…good use of time Goggin…good…use…of…time.
So, heres the thing big guy. I think i’ve been pretty good this year. These people who take care of me, they tell me all the time how “adorable” and “awesome” I am so from what I’ve gathered about this holiday season….that means presents. But, I’m not in the market for those “normal kid things” like brain stimulating toys with blinky lights and songs. I want the real good stuff. The stuff that makes my heart giggle and entertains me and makes my parents nuts. Can ya do that big guy? Here’s just a tiny list of things i’d like to see under that big tree in the living room come Chrsitmas morning…
1. A never ending flight of stairs.
2. A box of electric chords.
3. A cabinet door just to open and close.
4. This tiny scrap of paper.
5. This tylenol syringe.
6. This empty soap container.
7. Anything in this basket.
8. This bathtub stopper.
9. This dog bone.
10. And not wearing diapers.
Oh and if you could please remove all of these from the house, I’d greatly appreciate it.
These things are the worst, they keep me from doing what I really want to do and they are a monstrosity of evil. If I see one of these…I will cry…and it will be annoying. and that means, no cookies for you next year fat boy, oh no…it’s celery sticks and pita chips for you.