Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Twas The Night Before Christmas!

Where has the time gone?

Our home has been full of the
pitter patter of small dancing feet.

Much Merriment!

and 

CRAZY FUN! 

I can't believe how busy I've
been preparing for
Christmas Eve!

Cleaning, baking,
shopping, cleaning,
and
shopping some more!

We had a wonderful dinner of
lasagna, Caesar salad & garlic bread!

Then the festivities began!

The gift giving and receiving
was just as you would
imagine, especially with two
four year olds and a five year old!
Not to mention, all the adult kiddos!!!
It was loud, full of laughter
and lots of 
oohs & awhhhs!

I'm pretty sure a good time
was had by all!

And then,
just as the adults were done
 playing
their silly gift game.

Who should walk in...

BUT,

OLE ST. NICK
HIMSELF!!!

Here are some pictures of
OUR
Night before Christmas!
And
All through OUR house...

~living room, the tree is to the left~

~dining room table~

~cedar boughs on chandelier~

~vintage St. Nick Stocking~


bathroom
~a little greenery & glitter~

~bathroom~
boughs & bulbs


~I have a collection of these wee little
pine cone folks along with their village~

~living room~
large wreath with vintage ornaments

~Oh Christmas Tree~

~sweet little vintage angel~



~Lulu with Santa~

~Trevor with Santa & Mrs. Claus
getting a moose with his jamies~


~Audrey hugging Santa Claus~

A special thank YOU
to
 Santa & Mrs. Claus
for stopping by our party on their way
back to the North Pole!

I hope your Christmas Holiday was
a Happy fun filled time
with loved ones,
and
friends alike!~

Merry Everything
&
Happy
NEW YEAR!!!

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2 comments:

sissie said...

Your home looks so festive and happy.
I just love Santa and Mrs. Claus. Your little sweetie looks very happy sitting on his knee.

hugs
Sissie

NanaDiana said...

What a beautiful Christmas "tour". I love it! Those pictures of the kids with Santa are precious...something to treasure for years to come. Happy Holidays- Diana