The Joy Of A Child At Christmas


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The anticipation was nearly overwhelming. Beckett didn’t really know what to expect but Granddad Charlie had a few plans up his sleeve and waiting for Christmas Day was becoming difficult.

First there were all the plans to record the opening of the presents so that you will have plenty of videos to watch and then there was the challenge of making sure that the whole family still enjoyed the family Christmas traditions.

So you decide: who had more fun: Charlie or Beckett?

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And whether you write it grandad or granddad, Granddad Charlie Seymour Jr learns life lessons from his grandson Beckett every time they are together. They have fun together and Beckett will always know that his Granddad loves him and played an important role in his early development.

Beckett is still too young to share any grandson quotes but grandson quotes and sayings are big these days and we’ll be sure to share them when available! He IS good at sharing life lessons, as you can see through these video lessons.

Charlie Seymour Jr is the video-crazed MBA marketer and you can learn more about his work at – Click Here!. As you can see, he’s very comfortable with being on camera and making others look great on camera. And he will never have to wonder if Beckett will grow up “not knowing” him if something should happen.

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  1. […] Want to see more about Christmas morning with Beckett? Click Here! Lessons From My Grandson – Elmo Makes An Appearance At Christmas In this lesson, Granddad Charlie shows you how far toys have come and how they can interact with children. Usually we don’t like inanimate objects being loved by our kids (as opposed to people) but it’s interesting to see how lifelike Big Hugs Elmo is through the eyes of a toddler. […]

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