Apparently, the exchange gift is seldom discussed recently in Twitter. I think two have already received their gifts from their Mommies but they haven’t blogged about it yet as the revelation is set on Dec 6. So far I haven’t received any..perhaps, my mommy hasn’t bought her gift or probably she’s still having a hard time deciding which to give from among the things I listed in my long wish list. LOL. We still have a couple of weeks anyway and that’s still a pretty long time.
As for my baby, well, please be advised that I have ordered your stuff online. As to when will I ship it, that I don’t know yet. LOL. Basta just wait for it and it will be delivered in the days to come.
Happy Monday everyone! It’s a brand new week and much more interesting, it’s the first day of September. “Ber” months are here and I can already smell the breeze of Christmas. In fact, the news show this morning was playing Christmas songs! That’s what I love here in Pinas because we get to celebrate the season that long. This Christmas will be extra special since it’s Asher’s first time to celebrate it. The Noche Buena, dawn masses, our season family getaway to Baguio and Boracay and of course, gift-giving. And this reminds that I have to start creating Asher’s Wish List so that his godparents will not have a tough time thinking what to give him or should I say, so that they won’t forget their godchild. Kaboodle wish list coming up!
A Christmas yackety-yak in August? I know I’ve just posted my son’s would-be Halloween costume this year in my previous entry and now I’m gabbing about Christmas already? Well, time flies really fast, doesn’t it? Before we know it, it’s right under our nose then comes the year end and a new year starts and so on and so forth.
Christmas is definitely my favorite time of the year. Since childhood, I’m more excited and eagerly looking forward to it than my birthday. My fondest childhood memory of Christmas is when my sisters and I would each hang our socks on a lock latch of an open window then anxiously wait until the next morning to see what each one of us got from the good old Santa. Yes, we were also believers of Santa Claus just like all the kids do. We were always hopeful and wishing to get plenty of gifts and even Santa Letters. I find it hard to fall asleep on Christmas eve as my imagination runs vividly, thinking to which house or on which part of the world is Santa currently distributing his gifts at that moment. Then I also wonder what if I suddenly catch Santa tucking his gift and a Santa Letter in my sock, I’d probably be the happiest. That’s how a big fan I was of him. Just like the Christmas song goes, “He’s making a list And checking it twice; Gonna find out Who’s naughty and nice”, Christmas is definitely my motivator then to be a good and behaved kid. And truly, I was always blessed with gifts (mostly paper bills) on each Christmas morning until Santa decided that I’m becoming too old to receive such. Don’t you also wish to be a kid again? Our Santa memories certainly bring much happiness and enjoyment to us to this day.
And now that I’m a parent myself, by all means, I’d also let my little one enjoy the Christmas spirit through Santa. I can’t wait to see his face light up as he giddily open up the packages come toddler years. He might not appreciate it yet since this year’s his first ever Christmas, but I’m sure it’ll be a blast. Santa’s all-knowing anyway so there’s no need to connive with him. Lolz. It’s fun to know that there exist an online shop where, for a package as lows as $14.95, you can send personalized Letters from Santa Claus in metallic shiny red envelopes addressed to your kids. And to add a more authentic feeling, the letter will be postmarked from North Pole, Alaska. Isn’t that cool? There are also other stuffs to look out for like custom letter from Rudolph, Personalized Custom Nice Certificate, Glossy Autographed Phto of Santa, Authentic Collectors Piece of Santa’s Suit, an audio CD of personal greeting from Santa and a lot more. I bet every child who receives these will definitely go ecstatic. Check out PackagefromSanta.com for more info and testimonials about their offers. They surely know how to highly please kids.