9 Responses

  1. TheMadHouse 17th December 2009 / 1:49 pm

    Sometimes Father Christmas listens, but doesnt always say yes. I was told this when I prayed for a bike and I didn&#39;t get one. I said that God hadn&#39;t listened, I was told he had, but I just hadn&#39;t heard his answer!!!<br><br>Saying that Buzz was one of the best pressies we bought last year, he is always played with and with TS 3 on the way he will be again!

  2. Pippa 17th December 2009 / 2:02 pm

    Is it a case that Buzz Lightyear can&#39;t be found, can&#39;t be afforded or just isn&#39;t wanted?

  3. SnafflesMummy 17th December 2009 / 2:29 pm

    Snaffles has been convinced he has other things from Santa as opposed to the bike he is actually getting. <br><br>I suggested to him that maybe santa could bring his best friend T a bike and then wouldnt it be nice if he had a bike too and then they could play together. He soon came round to the idea.

  4. Glowstars 17th December 2009 / 2:46 pm

    It&#39;s good for them to learn early on that sometimes Santa Claus thinks of better ideas, because he knows what they really want, instead of what they think they want. <br>I&#39;d imagine that when he comes to open all those presents, the missing Buzz won&#39;t even get noticed.

  5. Alex 17th December 2009 / 5:11 pm

    Unfortunately the buzz obsession started after we&#39;d started the christmas shopping and we thought it would pass, like the postman pat, bob the builder, fireman sam and thomas obsession have.<br><br>It hasn&#39;t.<br><br>Yet 🙂

  6. Mark 17th December 2009 / 5:39 pm

    If it was me – I&#39;d almost certainly buy him Buzz. <br>If it was jane – she&#39;d say something like the other comments.

  7. Fiona 17th December 2009 / 6:49 pm

    eeek I don&#39;t get the Buzz obsession. Maybe Santa couldn&#39;t find any so he decided to bring something he thought you would love even more!

  8. zooarchaeologist 17th December 2009 / 8:28 pm

    Thanks for your comments, it seems to happen a lot! We can get Buzz, its just that he has a lot of other things. I can see both sides of the argument. A difficult one as he is only two, so I don&#39;t want to set him up for disappointments and I&#39;m not sure that he would understand our more adult arguments. Humpf! Will defer to the hubby 🙂

  9. GardenMum 17th December 2009 / 9:32 pm

    It is the first christmas toddler boy will really understand and remember Christmas so I would get him a Buzz if you can. The magic of Father Christmas doesn&#39;t last long these days with kids sharing truths in the playground much earlier than I remember.

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