Amelia was pretty outgoing for her; she told Santa that she wants a Tinkerbell doll and a jump rope for Christmas. When Santa started talking to Megan, she was feeling a little shy, so Amelia jumped in to tell Santa Megan's name. With a little prompting, Megan did tell Santa that she wants a pony, a small pink pony. I think Santa's elves are going to interpret that as a pink My Little Pony.
We walked around a little while in the mall and came across a gingerbread house display. The girls liked seeing what all the houses were made of (the roof made of fudge stripe cookies was a big hit) and looking for fun things like a Chiquita Banana gingerbread girl and people sitting around a pretzel stick campfire.
The girls' favorite house was the one with UFOs crash landed on the roof and in the garage. It was crawling with aliens:
The blue house was covered with sticks of gum, and the roof was made of Nestle crunch bars. I think the aliens must have been molded fondant, they were very cute. We also liked the train station with a train that had Oreo wheels:
They thought the huge gingerbread man display was also very fun, especially the gingerbread kids on the see-saw and the one doing a headstand.
We spent so long looking around that we completely skipped naptime, but it was worth it. On the drive over, Amelia asked if there was only one Santa; I asked her what she thought, and she said yes. So we left it at that.