For Sunny'sPricelessDream. I hope I do Ted justice for ya girl. And for the record, she's laid claim to him, sorry. She's a sweet girl and I enjoyed writing it for her, so I hope you enjoy reading it.

Merry Christmas Sunny!

Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell rock

Jingle bells swing and jingle bells ring

Snowin' and blowin' up bushels of fun

Now the jingle hop has begun

"Cut it out…" Sunny giggled, swatting Ted's roaming hand away while she tried to string some popcorn.

"Come on, you've been working on these stupid decorations all day, take a break." Ted said. Sunny's eyes widened as she let out a gasp oh shock.

" Theodore Marvin, Christmas is not stupid! It's my favorite time of year." Sunny said, turning her attention back to the popcorn and string in her hand.

"Christmas is for a silly little kids." Ted said. He picked up a DX ornament and tossed it over his shoulder, shattering on impact.

"Theodore, that had better not been one of my good ornaments…" Sunny warned.

"Don't worry, you won't miss it." Teddy said.

"What's your beef with Christmas, anyway?" Sunny asked, stepping up the ladder to hang a little white dove on the tree.

"I told you, it's for little kids." Ted said.

"Well I like Christmas and you love me." Sunny turned around on the ladder and raised an eyebrow.

"That is true." Ted said, smirking as he grabbed a handful of her backside.

"Eep! Damn it, Ted!" Sunny stumbled off the ladder and smacked his arm. He let out a sly chuckle as he stuffed some chocolate bells in his mouth.

"That's it, I can't concentrate with you in here. Go, go, go." Sunny shoved Ted in the direction of the kitchen.

"And you're getting cut off from the chocolate. You're gonna get fat, then I'm gonna have to dump you." Sunny said.

"What a bright time, it's the right time…" Sunny hummed to herself, nodding her head from side to side. She was untangling some garland when she heard footsteps in the kitchen.

"Now can I have your attention?" Sunny turned around and saw Ted standing in the doorway. He had taken his shirt off, but her eyes gravitated to something hanging off his belt.

"Is that…" Sunny started, still staring and the bright mistletoe as she walked up to him.

"See, I believe in a little Christmas tradition…" Ted said with a smirk. Sunny grinned and reached for his belt buckle.

"Well it is the season of giving…"