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Old 12-27-2008, 08:15 AM   #1
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Our daughter-in-law told us a very funny story about her visit to the post office a couple of weeks ago - with her 3-year-old son, James, in tow.

They went to get some holiday stamps for their Christmas cards and really wanted the nutcracker stamps, which Mommy patiently explained to the little guy. The line was moving slowly, but James was behaving fairly well - mostly in anticipation of the nutcracker stamps.

FINALLY they got to the counter, but unfortunately the nutcracker stamps were sold out, so Mommy opted for the Baby Jesus stamps and they headed for the door to leave. James says, "Let me see the nutcracker."

Mommy said, "They were out of the nutcracker stamps, we have the Baby Jesus ones."

James, rather upset about not getting what was promised, hollered out quite loudly, "But I don't like Baby Jesus!"

Mommy, with a red face, quickly threaded herself and her young son through the crowded lobby and departed.
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Our daughter-in-law told us a very funny story about her visit to the post office a couple of weeks ago - with her 3-year-old son, James, in tow.

They went to get some holiday stamps for their Christmas cards and really wanted the nutcracker stamps, which Mommy patiently explained to the little guy. The line was moving slowly, but James was behaving fairly well - mostly in anticipation of the nutcracker stamps.

FINALLY they got to the counter, but unfortunately the nutcracker stamps were sold out, so Mommy opted for the Baby Jesus stamps and they headed for the door to leave. James says, "Let me see the nutcracker."

Mommy said, "They were out of the nutcracker stamps, we have the Baby Jesus ones."

James, rather upset about not getting what was promised, hollered out quite loudly, "But I don't like Baby Jesus!"

Mommy, with a red face, quickly threaded herself and her young son through the crowded lobby and departed.
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Mom will tell little James that story when he becomes a dad himself and he will get a belly laugh then too.
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