This is what is at the top of my son’s Christmas list:
When he first mentioned this to me, I asked him “A waffle maker? Really? No toys? No ripstick? No new ball?” Don’t get me wrong, I was completely fine with the fact that he didn’t ask for a hundred lego sets or something else equally not needed. But the waffle maker request did throw me for a loop.
I delved a little further into his request, wanting to know specifically why he would ask Santa Claus for a waffle maker vs. anything else that has 80 commercials on tv these days.
“Because, Mom, you and me just spend a lot of time at breakfast and we should get a waffle maker so we can have french toast, crepes, and waffles all at once. And Ryan and Natalie have one and it’s pretty cool.”
There you have it. We’re going to be gorging ourselves silly on breakfast foods after Christmas morning so you will all be invited to come over and help us devour piles of french toast, crepes, and waffles. Breakfast is something we are good at at our house – and a waffle maker is something I know Santa wouldn’t mind spending a few bucks on to stick under the tree.
Now if I can just figure out what a Bakugan is…