On Wednesday night we started what I hope will be a fun tradition. A post-bath, post-p.j.'s neighborhood Christmas light tour! After the girls were bathed and jammied (I made a new verb!), I told Sylvia that instead of reading a book, we were going to go look at Christmas lights in the car! She was SUPER excited. Luckily, the world's most amazing house is a hop, skip, and a jump away from our house, so we didn't have to go to far at all to make the magic happen.
|Our buddy, Rudolph, had to join us, of course.|
|Micky mouse apple juice...."because I LOVE apple juice!" St. Nick is a clever one.|
We arrived in Lebanon and met Grammy, Poppy, Matt, Jenn, Claire and Charlie! Riding on a real train was a B.I.G. deal. And to a couple of tiny tots, it was magical! The adults were a little disappointed in the "North Pole," but the kids had no clue it wasn't the world's greatest train destination ever! The train was great, Santa and Mrs. Claus were fabulous, and the kids were all very well behaved and agreeable! You can't ask for more than that, can you?
|This one melts my heart!|
|She might look cold, but this is her "better not pout" move. It wasn't cold at all!|
|She's come a long way in two years. This is the first time Sylvia's sat on his lap alone without crying.|
|And Margot followed suit! No tears!! SUCCESS!|