Sunday, 23 December 2012

Santa Claus is coming to town

I just love listening to Christmas music don't u?? I put it on at the begin of December till the end of the month. Last year I got Michael Buble Christmas album and this year I got Now Christmas with all the old fav songs on.

I am glad to say that I have now done all my Christmas shopping and have even wrapped it. This bit I must admit I hate doing and would gladly get someone else to do it.

This year like every year Em and G are coming with the boys they stay Christmas night and go home after Boxing Day. Christmas is so much better now with the boys. Archie is at that age were he knows more and is very excited about Santa coming. We have now started to bake on Christmas ready for Santa to come and try are yummy food we have made for him but we must not forget Rudolph he gets a carrot.

Anyway I don't know if people really read my blog but if you do I want to wish u and your family a very Happy Christmas have a great day xx

1 comment:

  1. It sounds like you had a great Christmas. I love that age where the kids still believe in Santa. Cookie's, milk and carrots for the reindeer. One year we found a carrot with teeth marks on it in the front yard. One of the reindeer must have dropped it. lol

    When our son was 5 he was told at school that there was no santa. He came home and told us.
    I asked him what he thought about it. He told us that he was going to write santa a letter asking him to leave him a reindeer bell. That would be proof that he is real.
    That Christmas Eve we left out cookies, milk, carrots and of course "the letter".
    The next morning our son raced down the stairs past the toys and presents to find a silver reindeer bell on the kitchen table.
    He carried it around all day. Telling each family member the story when they showed up for dinner.
    Our son is now 24 and Santa has left him a bell every year since the first one.
    When he gets an apartment with a tree of his own he will use them as his ornaments.

    He still looks for that bell every Christmas morning.

    Enjoy every moment...they grow up too quick.

    Have a wonderful, fantastic, terrific, blessed new year.