We are in Herndon Virginia visiting Jason's parents. Today we went shopping and also had Jase see Santa at the local mall. We went after Jase's second nap and dinner. We got there at 630pm and they told us we had a wait of an hour and forty-five minutes until we would be "paged" and then we could get in line!! There was no way in Haiti Jase was going to last that long. Aunt Betsy went back to the desk to make sure of the wait and saw someone she knew working there. They told us to walk around for about five minutes and come back and we could get in line. I mean seriously...you have never been so luckily for a Santa line in your life. He did so good. He was so tired too since it has been a long two days for him. I was so anxious standing in line in fear of him getting soooooooo upset like other children. My stomach was turning! He did so good though. He looked around like "What the heck is going on?" I placed him on Santa's lap and then the lady rang her little bells trying to get him to look at the camera to get a perfect photo. Santa tried his best to get Jase to stay calm. He was a sweet man and did a great job. I hope you can tell the fright in Jase's face. Enjoy.
Jase hanging out with Uncle Brian
Jase with his Grammy and Grandpa headed out shopping