Sunday, December 12, 2010

I believe -- We seen Santa!

We ran into this jolly fella at O'Charleys in Bowling Green Friday afternoon at lunch. We were even able to sit close to him, where I bribed her for the next twenty minutes to please let me ask him to take a photo with her.

Finally, Mr. Claus decided to leave where I stopped him in his tracks and asked him to take a picture with my girl. After giving her the "Mom look" and telling her to quit picking at her teeth, we finally snapped a photo!

He was the sweetest man, looked the part all to well and even gave her an ornament to hang on the tree (minus the fact that it said on the back - bah humbug! Good thing Lil Miss cannot read!)

Anyways, this was such a huge deal to me since I remember the time that I seen Santa at Shoneys one morning! I hounded Charli about him all day long, and even though she did not get the toy that I bribed her with, she still thought it was super cool, especially whenever he walked out and the radio just so happened to say "ho ho ho" ....ahh it makes me wish I was a kiddo again!



Southern Cinderella said...

Wow! He looks like the real deal!Glad you were able to get a pic!

Erin said...

He sure does look that part..:) Super cute glad you stopped him

Elizabeth said...

He looks just like Santa would! :) You sound like such a fun momma!!

Erin said...

How neat! I bet that made her day! BTW, I can't come Thursday night! I'm sooo sad! I have a hair appointment that I had to schedule a couple of months ago. Maybe we can have another blog meet up after the holidays??? ;)

Jessica said...

That is a great Santa! At least you got a cute picture of her with him!

Becca said...

I will say it again, this is such a cute picture of her! Love her outfit too!

Jen said...

She just keeps getting cuter. And Santa, he looks like the real guy to me =)

Lexie Loo, Lily, Liam & Dylan Too said...

What a cute picture!

Anonymous said...

Such a sweet picture!

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