Some random happenings around the holiday….
The top Frosty foam craft is one that Molly assembled. She completed it earlier in the week and stuck it on the fridge.Sam did his project a few days later. He wanted his to look just like Molly’s. He kept running between the refrigerator and the table where he was working to make sure everything was in the right place. So stinkin’ cute. I think he did an outstanding job!
Sam is a trooper when it comes to the holidays. He happily accompanies me while I do the Christmas shopping and run errands. He never whines, complains or makes things difficult. Never. He does have his limits, though.
When we came home from a recent marathon shopping trip, I began to put away the day’s purchases . After a few minutes I realized that the house had grown very quiet. Not always a good sign with an almost three-year-old.
Molly had her classroom Christmas Party yesterday, and like a good mother I couldn’t wait to go and
take pictures volunteer. I was so busy helping out that I only got the picture above and the one below. Neither of them with her looking at the camera. Sigh.
And finally today was pajama day at school. Molly, of course, was ecstatic! She was even up and dressed (in a fresh pair of PJs) before I could go in her room to get her up.If you know Molly and how she loves her some sleep, you’d know that this was a true Christmas miracle.
And yes, my photographic skills are so poor that it looks like she has a festive Christmas decoration growing out of her head. My sister (the professional photographer) would be ashamed.
More Christmas posts to come. Stay tuned!