I stole from saw this idea on Jen's blog the other day and thought it was a great idea.
Here is my list for Christmas:
1. A Dummy Proof (easy as turning on a light switch) Camcorder: Something like this, but without the $800 price tag and all the "gobbledygook" directions that come in 37 languages, except English.
2. A WII and a WII FIT: Again without the $500 price tag and a little "Geek Man" that hooks it up and shows me how to use it.
3. A Money Tree: I know they exist because I found a picture of one on Google, see....
....I'd be very responsible...I promise....I'd give 10% of the yield to charity...another 10% to help pay off the national debt....and another 10% to develop a wind farm (I hear these are going to be big...real soon!). I'd put another 10% into my retirement, 10% for my son's education, 10% to pay off our house and the other 40% would allow me to be a stay at home mom.
4. My infant son to sleep through the night by New Years. He's due on December 5th. I don't think it's too much to ask that he get his system in order and is sleeping for at least 5-6 hours, at a time, by December 31st. I'm giving him 26 days. I can dream...well not really, because I won't be sleeping.
5. The Take Home Chef, Curtis Stone: We'd take care of breakfast ourselves, of course. We'd only ask for 5 dinners and 3-4 lunches a week. He wouldn't have to cook anything with beef, we love anything pasta, salads and sandwiches are great, desserts of course and hearty soups.
Hey, if Santa can get 8 of these guys to cooperate...without getting bit...
....put together a swing set that only has directions in Japanese, in less then 1 hour....
and get NORAD to allow him to fly over the White House...... then my requests should be a piece of cake.