I LOVE Christmas. I love it so much that I’m probably one of the few people who doesn’t get bothered to see Christmas decorations right next to the Halloween ones in early October. I personally welcome anything that will make this holiday season stretch as much as it can, even if it means buying a pumpkin and a mistletoe at the same time.
My love for Christmas is obvious. So obvious, that I made my own Christmas list way before my daughters, and if you still haven’t read it just click here and enjoy.
Did you read it? No? Ok, one last chance, click here and enjoy.
Did you read it now? Great!
Anyway, if you thought that list was ambitious you should check out what my daughter is asking for.
Wish me luck because this is a long one.
Behold my 4-year-old’s Christmas list:
- Frozen dolls – Pfffft! One step ahead of you kid! I bought these way before all the Elsa dolls in the world went out of stock. Just kidding. I just bought one for three times as much because all those f*cking dolls are out of stock.
- Baby doll – number 18 to add to the pile.
- American Girl – ay ay ay $$$
- Romy’s sister – Who the hell is Romy?!? Note to self: find out who Romy is, then find out if she even has a sister. And are we even sure it’s her biological sister? What if she’s the product of an extramarital affair and they’ve been living a lie all these years? OMG Focus! Focus!
- The doggie – Apparently, this dog is a big deal judging by the use of the word “the”. Must binge watch commercials and see which one is “the doggie” and it better not be a high maintenance one that requires those big ass square batteries or an app.
- My own phone – Uhhh No.
- Games – Hope educational games are alright with you.
- New game – How did you know I’m getting you an educational game? I’m also thinking you are NOT alright with it.
- Play Doh machine – They have machines now? In my time you would use a fork, an ice-cream scooper and whatever other kitchen utensil you could sneak out of the kitchen. So that’s what you’ll be using.
- New dolly – Is this in addition to the baby doll, Romy’s “sister” AND the
reason I’m going bankruptAmerican Girl doll???
- New purse – To keep your new imaginary phone in, I suppose.
- New clothes and shoes – Maybe Mrs. Claus can pick out an outfit or two. I’m pretty sure she already knows you change your outfit at least 7 times a day (this is a fact).
- New stickers – Cheap and small. Check!
- Hair ties – I fully support anything that will let me sit down and make beautiful creations to your pretty, bouncy hair.
- One peluca (wig) red, short, with straight hair – hmmm…..not really sure what to make of this.
- New scarf for winter – You like to accessorize, yet you want to keep yourself warm. Smart and cute.
- Colores (colors) – You run through a box of crayons like I run through a box of chocolates. So yes, you will be getting a couple of boxes…and so will I.
- New heels – Didn’t you JUST ask for new clothes and shoes? But you’re right, a girl can never have enough shoes.
- A pretty dress with lots and lots of flowers – Again, you JUST asked for new clothes and shoes!
- A new cremita (lotion) “for my face doesn’t tan” – I’m so glad you’re embracing your
palenessporcelain like skin.
- My own tablet – Hahahahahahahaha NO.
- More food – Geez! Santa’s going to think we’re starving you. You DO know your dad’s a chef right?
- My own book – Wait. WHAT?? Santa’s a publisher too? I’m totally sending him a manuscript!!
- A whole lot of candy – A whole lot!! That sounds like mountains and mountains of candy, which I’m sure is exactly what you have in mind. You can eat the ginger bread house on Christmas morning. You’re welcome.
Do you think it’s too much? I do, because I have TWO daughters, so I get TWO separate lists.
And this is what my oldest wants:
- AMERICAN GIRL EVERYTHING – You know what? Just take all my money. Here, just take it!
Not only did she write in detail what she wanted, but she circled each item from the catalog so that Santa wouldn’t even have a chance of missing anything. She then thought it would be a good idea for Santa to actually take the catalog with him, you know as a precaution, but not before making him a sign asking him to please bring it back.
*For those of you who don’t know what a CVS receipt looks like, here you go:
14 days ’til Christmas. I better hustle!