Both girls danced in The Nutcracker, a musical presented by their dance school, last week. They were amazing as always!
Oldest daughter was a flower girl (black and white photo). She’s center in the glasses. Youngest daughter as an angel (2nd photo).
These are the Project Life layouts.
It’s five days ’til Christmas and we’ve just decorated our Christmas tree last night. Husband also decorated the front door. This is the first year at this house that we’ve put the pillar lights out. Now we just need a sparkly bow in the center.
What better way to bring us into December than with snow! Yes, it’s snowing! That is real snow on the fake tree decor photo above. Below is the view from the front porch.
This month, for the first time, I’m attempting a 24 day of Christmas gifting for my two girls. Before Kida headed out to school I surprised them with their first gift. They were both very excited, except Kylie kept thinking the gifts were from Santa. Kida even told her that it was from Mom and Dad but Kylie told her, “NO! It’s from Santa!”
They got their first collectible ornaments. I hope to make it a tradition. My husband’s parents used to do this for him and his sister when they were kids. We’ve been using husband’s collectibles on our trees every year and I love the feeling of knowing that they were thoughtful gifts given to be cherished forever.
Anyway, here are the girl’s ornaments brought to life.
Credits on the the “brought to life” photos: music string from Greymouse Manor kit by Lorie Davison and sparkles from Tom Thumb kit by Irene Alexeeva.