Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Thursday, December 23, 2010

25 days of Christmas: day 16-22


day 16


day 17


day 18


day 19


day 20


day 21


day 22

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

25 days of Christmas: day 15

 finally something under our tree!

25 days of Christmas: day 14

one of my favorite Christmas books as a child... and now hers!

25 days of Christmas: day 13


i swear he did this to himself!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

25 days of Christmas: day 11

going to need to add "electric mixer" to my Christmas list... mine died very dramatic like with lots of smoke making these!

25 days of Christmas: day 10

a full day with Jae... lots of cousin time!! (yay for Elmo!)

Thursday, December 9, 2010

25 days of Christmas: day 9

just keep sewing, just keep sewing...

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

25 days of Christmas: day 8

my peppermint soap is here... now i can start making one of my homemade gifts!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

25 days of Christmas: day 7


loving those little crossed legs!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

speaking of PB&J

as a parent of more than one child you get to know who likes what, how, when and where... nothing is the same for both children. nothing is easy. for example if i want to serve breakfast one likes oatmeal and the other hates it. one likes milk in their cereal and the other won't touch milk (in cereal or otherwise) ugh! here's lunch...

Mayden's: with crust, cut in 1/2


Cameron's: without crust, cut in 1/4

25 days of Christmas: day 2

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

25 days of Christmas: day 1

a photo a day

gift making

flashbacks: The Ghost of Christmas Past

Dec 31, 2005


so a few weeks ago i took a candlelight tour of woodstown, a town nearby where we live. this town also happens to be a neighboring town to the place I grew up. and also where many a aunt, uncle and cousin live/lived. and this place holds the greatest house that ever lived (do houses live?) my grandparents used to own this house. i grew up spending much time in this house and many a christmas evening here. turns out that specific house was on the tour this year...(actually that's why we went). being in that house again (my grandparents sold it when i was 10) was a wild feeling. it brought back tons of memories and feelings. it seemed sooooo much smaller than i remembered it. that's logical since i was so much smaller when i was last in it. i loved that house intensely and was super sad when they sold it. i always secretly hoped to one day own it or really i hoped my grandparents would come back to rescue it back to the family. below is a pic of me sitting on the steps.



 p.s
fyi the ghost of christmas present was great, May seemed to have a good (and fairly oblivious) first christmas.