It’s Christmas-time and one of my favorite parts of the season are all the lights and decorating of the houses. You’ve already seen what my house looks like in this post. Let’s walk around the neighborhood and also to Sleepy Hollow Lane where all the houses go all out.
Theresa, Ian and I had our first Christmas on December 25th. My brother Jon and his family and my other brother Patrick all arrived on December 26th, so on Saturday morning December 27th, we all had a second Christmas together.
Happy Christmas Eve!
While Theresa’s domain is decorating our Christmas tree inside the house, my job is decorating the outside of the house. I’ve always wanted a house that I can go nuts with, and every year I add even more lights.
It’s that time of year, and it’s time to put up the Flowers’ Family Christmas Tree! This year we’ve got a little helper. No live tree for us this year, but Ian got a kick out of getting the fake one out of the box.
It’s the Holiday season and Ian still hasn’t taken a picture with Santa yet. You know, we could go to the mall, wait in a ridiculous line, spend way too much money on pictures, and be done, or we could head to Disneyland with friends, still wait in a long line and take my own pictures. I choose Disneyland!
After having a great time making gingerbread houses from a kit while we were in Michigan, I figured making gingerbread cookies myself would be a great way to get into the holiday spirit.
Another year and another visit to Disneyland to experience the Candlelight Processional. We missed last year because Ian was only a month old and we weren’t ready to leave him by himself yet, but before that, we’d come every year since 2009. This year we’re back though with a fifth member of our group. Ian!