My 3 Monsters: Christmas Was All a Blur!

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12.26.2009

Christmas Was All a Blur!


OK, OK.  This will be the last collage for a while, I promise.  We've just taken so many pictures this week, I didn't know how else to show them.  On Christmas Eve we made sure to hang our "magic" Santa key on the door knob.  That's how he gets into our home, you see.  While we are lucky enough to have a chimney here in Arizona where chimneys are really unnecessary, ours is blocked by a big red couch so that we can put up our Christmas tree.  This has always worried our children.  How will Santa get in?!  The key seems to be doing the trick.  We also baked our Linzer Schnitten, wrote letters to Santa, and carefully laid out our stockings.  Try as I might, I just never get good Christmas morning pictures.  The kids are always in constant motion, as the blurry photos attest.  They're good, good memories anyway.  I can't tell you how many times over the past two days I have heard my kids say, "This is The.  Best.  Christmas.  EVER!!!!!"  I don't know what made the difference this year.  Don't tell the kids, but they actually got fewer gifts than in years past.  Cheesy as it may sound, I think the greatest gift we gave our kids this year was the gift of time and undivided attention.  And that made all the difference.  We hope you all enjoyed a blissful holiday, too.


2 comments:

  1. Santa uses a key for our house too. We don't even have a fireplace so the front door is his only option.

    Linzer Schnitten. YUM!

    We have the EXACT same red Santa letter holder. Did we get it together at Gardner's Village years ago? I can't remember, but we love it. Santa's elves come pick up the letters early in December and leave Pixie sticks for the kids.

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  2. Kennedy pointed out that we have the EXACT same key too.

    Great minds...

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