We've started writing Christmas wish lists over the last couple of years, partly due to the fact that one of my son's ended up buying his father a tin of baked beans one year because I got so sick of doing the rounds of the shops with him and that was all he could think of. Oh wait, that's not true ~ his first idea was to give him a monkey. So now everyone writes a wish list, so the little people can get a headstart on ideas for us and each other, without driving me round the bend!
So, here's the first one (nine year old boy child):
- Pensal case
- Lego (ninjago or star wars)
- Football cards
- Cool pensals
- Cool pens
- Cool rubbers
- Crystals or fossols
- Alex rider or worrier cat books
- Lego harry potter (Wii game)
- Dressing gown
Points to note:
~ the spelling is his, I promise, not mine! I'm not entirely convinced about phonics being the best way to learnt to read ~ mainly because it doesn't work when you try and spell!
~ I'm a mum. How am I supposed to know the difference between a pen that's cool and a pen that isn't?
~ he's asked for books ~ that has to be a good thing!
~ I know, he wants socks. He does have socks, honestly!
#10 ~ what can I say?
I make really good cheesecake.