Monday, December 14, 2009

"I want an OfficialRedRyderCarbine-ActionTwo-Hundred-ShotRangeModelAirRifle!"

That's what I imagined him saying as he went flying up the street to meet Santa Claus.

It's also the one time of year when it is OK to run in the middle of the street - hands free.

He wasted no time getting up there to have a quick chat with Old St. Nick; after all, he had his agenda and luckily it didn't end with Santa saying, "You'll shoot your eye out kid." followed by a Santa-boot to his head giving him a boost off the sleigh.

Instead Santa asked him what he wanted for Christmas and he bashfully whispered Bakugans.  Santa flashed me the puzzled, what-did-he-say, look and said, "Well, okay then."

Shortly thereafter, Harrison was quickly presented with a lollipop and plucked off the sleigh. I think he is still a bit disappointed that Santa didn't have a Bakugan ready for him right then.

But disappoint doesn't stay too long in a four-year-old's head when a lollipop is stuck in his mouth...

Just like that our Santa-sighting for 2009 is over.  All is well in the world - Santa knows what Harrison wants for Christmas.

and he wont' be disappointed...


Christina said...

I just love that Santa's expressions! I'm betting Harrison's Bakugan with will come true yet. :o)

Yara said...

I'm surprised I actually know what bakugan is ; )

chaoticfamily said...

So cute - my guys loves bakugans too - sigh - little things all over the floor. LOL.

Love the Santa set up, we still need to go.

carrie said...

i have no idea what a bakugan it because i have girly girls?

but i do have an idea what a OfficialRedRyderCarbine-ActionTwo-Hundred-ShotRangeModelAirRifle! is. We just had our yearly viewing of A Christmas Story and Emma keeps doing lines from is so funny!

Mike said...

Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas

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