Mason may be scared to sit on Santa's lap but he wasn't afraid to tell him what he wanted, "a Kangaroo". I have no idea where he got that from, but anytime you asked that's what he would say. And it would be very unSanta like not to bring said Kangaroo, or two, in our case =)
We went to bed with our bellies full and happy thoughts floating through our minds only to wake up with the bottom of our tree filled with all sorts of presents! And what would you think would be the first thing out of our almost three year olds mouth??
"HUH, Oops, that's not supposed to happen." LoL, I never would have imagined that reaction. (I wish I could post the video, but it takes so long to upload.)
He seemed a little off put at first, taking his time with each present, wanting each toy removed from it's packaging before moving on to the next gift, but as the day wore on and he saw both sets of grandparents he was a pro! Hopefully Santa takes it a little easier next year, kinda overwhelmed this year with the amount of toys he got.
We are still trying to find places for them all, and working on new organization techniques.
Here are a few from our Christmas day, wish i had the time to make a photo layout, but tonight I'm simply too lazy!
The kids gifts weren't even because we had to explain to Santa that Kaylee really didn't need too many new toys as she has all of Mason's toys and there really isn't a need to get new ones!
Ironically, his first present he opened was one of his Kangaroos!
Buggy was pretty confused by the whole business. This was pretty much her expression for the majority of the morning!
Mason became a pro by the time we got to the 3rd set of present opening houses.
Even Buggy eventually came around!