Welcome Back Chris


Last week my youngest daughter made a plea to Santa to bring Chris the Mouse back to our house. She set up her Elf Bed, put out popcorn, cookies and crackers, because “that’s what Chris likes to eat,” and wrote a nice letter to Santa! She couldn’t wait until morning. This was almost as big as Christmas Eve!

 

 

The next morning she flew downstairs to see if Chris had arrived. The look on her face was great when she saw Chris. All morning long she talked about all the things that she and Chris were going to do. My older daughter came into the kitchen and said, “Mom, wasn’t I her age when I found out about Santa? I think I was! She is getting worse instead of better!” I told her if she didn’t watch out Chris wasn’t going to leave her anything except little mouse droppings!

My daughter took Chris to school with her the first day she had him. He stayed in her locker box all day. My daughter swears that he cleaned her and her friend’s locker out. I swear I did not go up to her school! Pinky promise!

Chris spent his first night with us sleeping in his little Elf Bed. At least that’s where my youngest daughter put him to bed! When she woke up the next morning she found Chris sitting at a picnic table with 2 candy bars in front of it. He was even nice enough to leave one for the non-believing older sister!

The next night my daughter once again put him to sleep in his bed and once again he didn’t stay there! I am starting to think he has something against sleeping in his special Elf Bed because we found him sleeping in the Doll House!

The following night my daughter decided that Chris needed to sleep with her. He apparently woke up during the night and left some little miniature chocolate bars on the stairs. My youngest daughter was nice and shared them with her sister. I told the Non-Believer to “be careful of the chocolates because he might have made them himself!”

Hopefully Chris will start to sleep a little more at night next week but I am not going to hold my breath!

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  1. S. Le

     /  December 5, 2009

    Too cute. Nice story.

    If somebody left chocolates on any open surface at my place our 2 cats would chew it to bits.

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  2. I’m so glad he’s back and daughter #2 is this happy about it. They aren’t young for very long so I think this is so cute.

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  3. This is so sweet. The thought of Chris leaving mouse droppings for the non believing daughter cracked me up, lol.

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  4. Now that is just CUTE as can be! I love kids still believing in Santa and I hope they all believe as long as they can. It makes Christmas magical.

    The droppings for your older daughter cracked me up to. bwahahahahahahahaaha

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  5. mabs

     /  December 9, 2009

    Are you the coolest mother, evah? Really! I love this! I’m so glad your little one believes- ya gotta hang on to that stuff as long as you can!

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  6. Tosha

     /  December 9, 2009

    That is too funny! The oldest daughter was saying things like that last year but is keeping her trap shut this year..

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  7. This is hilarious! What a fun tradition!

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