“I shouldn’t be surprised – when people ask her what she wants to be when she grows up, she says ‘a dog’.”

“The fact that he’s one and it’s one of the seven words he says consistently is besides the point.”

“I’m pretty sure it’s still at the house and has been there for over 10 years.”

“He also asked for fact cards to help him learn the Latin names of animals when he was four. The list goes on – to nobody’s surprise, he grew up to be a scientist.”

“When I suggested that might be tricky, she said – with a big sigh – ‘well, if that’s too hard, I don’t mind if they’re boxing instead of wrestling’.”

“I found them both! This year he’s asked for a Thomas The Tank Engine book, but the Japanese version. He saw a boy from Japan on YouTube with this book and really wants it.”

“I wanted my own cub after holding one in a zoo for an anniversary or something. I told my mother ‘if you can’t get me a lion cub for Christmas, we can just steal the one in the zoo!’.”

“That’s it. We live beside a forest and she asks Santa for a stick! To be clear, she had nothing else on her wish list.”

“My eight-year-old asked for a PS5, but said he’d also love a smart watch. The wish-granting unicorn is more likely to happen this year!”

“Let me give you some backstory here! When daycares got shut down in March and we were left balancing two full-time jobs and a four-year-old, my kid learned how to play Nintendo. We eventually bought him a Switch to keep him occupied in the middle of the day while the two of us had to work at the same time! When he asked for the pipes, I said ‘okay buddy, you want some warp pipes like in Mario for your toys to go down?’ (if you haven’t played any SuperMario games, the main character slides down pipes as a method of transportation). Nope! He wants BIG warp pipes so he can go down them.”

“My daughter heard us talking about her great grandmother’s all-pink tile bathroom from the ’60s. When Santa asked her what she wanted for Christmas, she paused, grinned, then announced ‘pink toilet paper!’. When Santa asked her why, she said ‘to match my great grandmama’s bathroom!’.”

“She got a stuffed polar bear and a sparkler. She was definitely disappointed by the sparkler.”

Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/aglover/funny-christmas-requests-from-children

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