Let's talk a little bit about this guy.
Before Christmas he kept building this train (James from Thomas the Train, who he thinks is a girl train named Jane) and adding all the blocks on the back and calling it Rapunzel and asking if I like her beautiful hair (We saw Tangled and it was a big hit).
He was really nervous about Santa this year, but decided to be brave and sit on his lap because he really wanted to make sure Santa knew he wanted Belle and Rapunzel dolls (Sorry I'm too lazy to scan in the real picture. )
A few days later he was helping me pick out some Sub-for-Santa gifts for a four-year-old girl, when he spotted a Tinkerbell doll with wings that light up. You should have seen his crocodile tears as he sobbed out the explanation that he made a really big mistake, and he told Santa that he wanted Belle and Rapunzel, but he really wants Belle and Tinkerbell. I assured him that it wasn't too late to write Santa a note, and we headed home to do just that. How could Santa say no to a great picture of Tinkerbell like that?
I wish you all could have seen Creed's joy Christmas morning. While his cousins opened all of their presents, he sat and played with Belle and Tinkerbell and did not want to open anything else. It was literally an hour before we could even get him to consider opening another gift.