So for a recap of the time we have spent here:
Sherlock Holmes - 2 thumbs up
The Princess and the Frog - 2 thumbs up
Anne of Green Gables - always a 2 thumbs up
National lampoons Christmas Vacation - 2 thumbs up
New Moon #3 - still as good as the first time 2 thumbs up
Learned; Canada does not edit movies on tv.
The Hunger Games- excellent
Family histories - excellent
US weekly and people - EXCELLENT
I love Christmas traditions(nativity reenactment, pjs, gingerbread houses, Scotch stew, Christmas crackers, GOOD Chinese food, and lots of family), I love having children around to enjoy the spirit of Christmas, I love music around the holidays especially singing them, I love to spend time with people I love, and I dislike the cold and snow, and lacking sleep from having too much fun.
Best Memories of this Christmas; Boggle, Bowling, crummy Canadian cold zoolites, Making Aunt Bonnie sit through Anne of Green Gables, non stop crusty snotty noses, the non pajama pajamas, plasma car, parties, ping pong, eye of the tiger, Myrrh, squealing voices, The magic kingdom (thank you scattergories), crazy early swimming, British Invasion, soap finger painting, hamster smell, and the hissing cat.
So picture proof... bowling. Another lesson learned, 5 pin bowlins sucks.
NEXT, Gingerbread. Another lesson learned, PAIN in the neck to keep this tradition going!
Bells on Christmas Eve. So fun. Even getting a headache through it.
Nativity, best wise man I've ever seen and Natalie was SO excited to be a shepard.
New tradition: Talent Show. Lesson learned, we really stretched for a family talent!
Christmas Morning. Santa was good.
Dinner Theatre. Really fun. But seriously who wears an entire dress made ONLY out of lace? You could see everything, EVERYTHING under that thing. I didn't think people really wore stuff liike that in public anymore. But the show was awesome.