And the best gift the kids' received?
The Buzz-Lightyear guy?
The Sticky Mosaics?
The baby stroller that's nicer than the one I push?
The little kitchen that's nicer than my kitchen?
Good guess, but no.
And the funny part is, I made the coupons on the computer and printed them out. Mailed them out and the whole thing cost me the price of three stamps, whatever that is. But even funnier is that the kids put their coupons on the fridge and look at then all the time, asking me to read it to them again and again, but so far not one of them has asked to go get a donut. And these are kids that would sell their baby sister for a donut. Are they not understanding the concept of the coupon? Are the coupons so pretty that they don't want to part with them? Do they not want to go get a donut with just me or Josh? I have no idea, but I am definitely filing this coupon idea away for next year.
And now Chanukah is over and the thrill of melting things is gone. So morahs, we're sorry, we love you - just know your lollies were very tasty. We hope you still love us. And just think, Purim will be here soon. We'll catch you then.