I Am Going to be So Surprised

“Mommy,” he said “I made you something at school today.”

“Oh really?” I asked “What is it?”christmas-present-gift1

“I can’t tell you.” he replied. “It is a surprise. For Christmas. For Christmas I made you a picture frame. I made a picture frame with a picture of me in it. Teacher Lisa took pictures of all the kids at my school and we made picture frames for our parents for Christmas, but it is a secret.”

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I wonder what he made for me?

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  1. Uh, Sarah, I don’t want to point out the obvious but…

    I think he made you a picture frame.

  2. She doesn’t know that, it is a suprise.

  3. Matt, you are such a jerk!

  4. When you get to find out your surprise, are you going to take a picture of it to share with the rest of us?

  5. I can’t wait to find out what he got you! (and I’m not reading any of that Matt person’s comments, ’cause I don’t want the surprise spoiled)

  6. Ooooh, I hope it’s something good.

  7. Wow, he’s really good at keeping secrets! My daughter didn’t actually tell me what she got me but she said, “It reminds me of the angels you have but I won’t tell you what it is.”

  8. He’s just throwing you off!

  9. Whoops.

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