Ever wondered what we kids think about Christmas? Of course we want Santa to come, but maybe we want family, lovely food, songs about the baby Jesus? Nope, as far as kids are concerned, this is what Christmas is all about:
And I mean ‘everything’ important. There is nothing else. Shallow, aren’t we?
Although, before I knew too much about presents, I did learn the Christmas story, all about the baby Jesus, the shepherds, and the kings. I proudly told Mummy and Daddy the facts, and answered their questions. Mummy asked what gifts the kings brought and I firmly announced:
Gold, myrrh, and neklsis!
Did you know that the first Christmas was also the scene of the first ever dancing sheep? It’s true, it must be, because I saw them in the Bug’s Nativity performance:
In all seriousness though, there is a lot of love coming out of kids at Christmas time. Generally directed towards Santa, although M&D get a share of it too – I know they have to report to Santa on my behaviour so it pays to butter them up a bit.
And of course there is the obligatory letter to the man himself, although as the Bug can’t write a lot yet, Santa will have to use his initiative!
Enjoy your Christmas and if you have any interesting snippets to show me, write about them and link them up here. The linky is open all week!
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On the 15th day of Christmas Mummy stopped over at Snuggle Bubby, who she met for the first time at the Tots party. It is a fab read and a very pretty blog too!
On the 16th day of Christmas we were recommended Tis the Life, who we had read before, when she entered our Birth Story linky to tell us about Worm, but we have neglected to revisit. We rectified this immediately and now urge you to visit too (she’s very Christmassy even though she is in the warmer climes of Australia!).