I was on the phone with one of the boys' grandmas the other morning and she reminded me that I really need to get moving on Christmas lists. I almost objected, but then realized that (holy crap!) it is indeed November already! So, enough slacking off. On with the lists!
Here comes my typical disclosure statement when it comes to these wish lists. I write these up and put them up on the blog for the benefit of those who are actually interested in gift ideas for us because they are contractually obligated to shower us with swag. If you don't know me from a hole in the ground or have no intention of spoiling my kids even worse than they already are, feel free to click on any one of the wonderful blogs I have listed on the right side of my page for more entertaining reading.
Ok. That's done.
Bike helmet (both big boys are getting one of these bikes for Christmas from Mommy and Daddy so they'll need to protect their melons!)
A Leap Pad. This is a BIG gift, like an iPad for kids. It uses the same games as his Leapster Explorer (yay!) so there would hopefully be less fighting over that item. (Here's the case for the Leap Pad)
Books! Here are a few suggestions: Bear Feels Sick, Finn Throws a Fit, Llama Llama Home with Mama, Llama Llama Holiday Drama, If You Give a Dog a Donut, The Polar Express, Heaven is for Real (for Kids), Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.
PJs or clothes (size 5T or Big Boy 4/5)
Undies (see sizes above) and socks (shoe size 10)
Preschool activity books to practice writing, letters, numbers, etc.
The beginnings of a Thomas and Friends Wooden Railway Set. He got to play with this at our neighbor's house and just loved it! Isaiah was pretty enthralled too, so this would be a really neat thing for them to play with together.