THE DADDINO FAMILY TREASURY OF CHRISTMASES PAST
L-R: Bobby, me.
Weeks of preparation. Several hundred dollars spent on presents. Two hours of sleep. And after all that fussing towards perfection, you get what every parent wants to see on Christmas day: a son more interested in playing with his younger brother’s toys rather than opening more of his own. (See those blue boxes on Bobby’s sleeping bag? Un-unwrapped.)
Thankfully the younger kid prefers playing with the Christmas ornaments to fighting with his brother.