What a crazy day! I got soooooooooooooo many presents (too many according to mom and dad) and got to see so many people!
Mom and I woke up and silly Grandma starting blaring Christmas music to wake up Dad, Poppy, and Aunt Beth. Then the fun began! I didn’t really rip into my presents, I calmy opened them with help from mom, but I sure was excited. Each time I opened a gift I had to play with it for a while before I was ready to move on to all the others. Some of my favorites were a laughing gorilla from Aunt Beth and a horse pogo from Grandma and Poppy. Mom’s favorite was the huge toy box they gave me! I named my horse “Neigh” and rode and rode it.
I had a huge breakfast and enjoyed my first helping of scrambled eggs, and boy did I clean up! Then we headed to Mal and Pap’s. A snowman family greeted us, thanks for making those Harvey! After visiting a while Nanny showed up and suprised Mal! It was awesome to see her so happy! Then we opened even MORE presents, mom doesn’t think we have a house big enough for everything I have. Aunt Rhonda, among many things, gave me some really cool puzzles I am enjoying, they make noise! She also gave me a singing bear which now has to go to bed with me! After opening Rhonda’s presents I was quite tired, so we had some dinner. I ate and ate and ate, mostly beans! Everyone was impressed with the food I could put away! After dinner: more presents!
Mal and Pap gave me my favorite present of all: a little red wagon!!!! My eyes lit up like saucers when Pap brought that out of the bedroom. I immediately wanted to hop in a take a ride. All day long I was saying “little red wagon….little red wagon” everyone thought it was hilarious! Driving home I feel asleep in the car and in my sleep said “little red wagon” mom and dad just laughed and laughed!!!
We had a wonderful time visiting and being together. Mom and Dad have taught me that family means everything and I definitely feel the immense love of my family every day! They love relentlessly and it has made mom and dad better people because of the love of our family. I think Mom and Dad finally have learned the real meaning of Christmas, it is love, and I could not ask for anything more!