My Holidays Just Begun! Thurday Two Questions #15

Hi, it's been a long time since I guest blog for Self Sagacity. I have been very busy. Going to two different schools and making friends are full time jobs. Mom said when I grow up, I might want to be an international student. But she would make sure I have international student health insurance, and when she and dad come to visit they will need visitors health insurance too. Better to be safe than sorry when you are far away from home.

Today, I am here to show you some photos of me celebrating the last day of the Wee Three program. I received a certificate, Yay! I met Santa Claus at Challenger School and sat on his lap too. He asked me what I wanted, and I told him a "Super Princess Car." Yes, I know that you are thinking I should have received my car from the last guest post Pink Test Drive, but no, Dad said the sales man was "not willing to negotiate", so I didn't get my car.

Anyhow, Santa gave me a candy cane instead and said he will do his best. I am not sure what that means, but I hope he doesn't go down the chimney with my car.
Since then, I thought about other things to put on my Christmas list, like a big Buzz Light Year that can talk. Or Toy Story 3 action figures that I saw in the Disney store, but my parents said to wait until Santa Claus bring it to me.
I thought we only get one present from Santa Claus each?

Oh, and mom wanted me to tackle the W letter. So I came up with Winter break with family. Wrapping presents for my brothers and hanging up the wreath on the front door.

Thursday Two Questions #15
1) Do you have a limit of how much to spend on your children?
2) Between Christmas and Birthday, which holiday do you give more, bigger, present?

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  1. oh, Trinity is really very beautiful and charming, love those eyes that perfectly complements her smile.

  2. have a WONDERFUL Christmas, with even more than 1 present from Santa!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

  3. Great post! She is so sweet and looks like she's having a great time :)
    Happy Holidays!

  4. She is getting big, and prettier each day!

  5. Agree with Beth. Trinity is adorable. So cute! :)

  6. These are the times and memoirs to remember.

  7. You did a very good job for your mother today! And lucky you to have met Santa Claus! Please give my good wishes for a merry Christmas to your whole family! :D

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  9. fun photos! your daughter is very pretty.:p

    1) i don't have kids but i do have a limit on how much i spend on my nephews. i used to spoil them when they were kids. now that they are young adults, i have some kind of a reward system to keep them motivated.

    2) i spend more on my nephews, god-children and friends' kids on Christmas than on their birthdays.

  10. Wishing you and your family the warmest Christmas!

  11. Precious post by a precious lady. In answer to question one, we've really cut back on Christmas gift spending in our house. The kids get an assortment of small gifts (half of the excitement is opening them), plus savings bonds, and the older ones get money to put in the bank.

    2. We spend about equally for Christmas and birthdays--again savings bonds, a few small gifts, and money for the older ones. We also take the celebrant out to dinner.

  12. Hello Miss Trinity, you did an excellent job on your post. I love your Christmas outfit.

    There is only one child and she is a college student. I usually find things I think she would like and could use throughout the year, normally I find the items on sale. She gets a little more for Christmas.

  13. Trinity, you really must thank your photographer so doing such a nice job.

    I never had a set monetary limit - it would depend on how the finances were. Many times gifts were homemade. Their father was usually out of work and not conscience of wise finances and I was the sole bread winner. They were appreciative of what they were given.

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