Friday, December 09, 2005

Santa Picture 2005


It went better than I thought.

Mom told me Dinks walked right up to Santa, shook his hand and said "Hi Santa!" He sat her down and she proceeded to give the list of stuff she wants. Well, she said she wanted presents, a cake, candles, and balloons. It's that "birthday close to Christmas" thing. The photo was snapped and VOILA!

I like how Ratty got in the picture. Ratty is her security net. Almost three years worth of drool on that thing.


Mom claims Dinks wasn't miserable. Could've fooled me.

"She was looking at the North Pole setting. Look, she's smiling."

"Mom, she looks like she's saying 'My Nana is making me do this.'"

Heck, I guess anything is better than a picture of the back of your child running as far as possible away from Santa.

8 comments:

Virginia Gal said...

oh she looks cute and I like Ratty, what an adorable name (reminds me of Ducky, my security blanket).

PissedOffPencil said...

She's so cute! :)

And I want that chair for Christmas.

CrankyProf said...

She's such an adorable little DInkerdoodle! (Ratty is cute, as well....he reminds me of Carpet SHark's "Munkunk." We think Munkunk is a cross between a monkey and a skunk...

RaggyMaggy said...

awwww she's gorgeous!

Piggy and Tazzy said...

Is Santa a midget? Or is that chair very big?

3 years of drool? *vomits*

Tony said...

She is just downright adorable. She gets her cuteness from mommy, obviously... as long as she doesn't have mommie's attitude :-)

mdmhvonpa said...

Its genetic ... all intelligent girls do this.

Mine

Belinda said...

After I read your earlier post, I tried easing into the Santa thing with MY mom. It went something like this:

"Bella is really wanting to see Santa, but just the thought of the mall..."

"I KNOW you are not EVEN going to suggest that I take YOUR daughter to visit Santa, after what you put me through every year as a child! My only comfort back then was the thought that someday you'd have to do it for YOUR child!"

"Um, no...I was, er...mumble, mumble..."