Wednesday, December 2, 2009

More...

We have decorated for Christmas... I feel so behind this year!  We had Disneyland and then company with Thanksgiving, so we're late on decorating.  Only 2 trees are up, the train's up, my beautiful handmade stockings from my sweet sister in law Rose, and the Willow Tree Nativity is up... please tell me why that's the one the girls want to play with!!!!  As of Sunday night, not 12 hours of decorations being up, the girls had already broke 3 bulbs! :)  We're nearly half done with tree #3, at least all the stuff is sitting on the ground in the study just waiting.  I don't think we'll make it to 6 this year... but there's always next year!  I keep telling myself that I just need to survive this week with the PTA Pancake Breakfast and organizing all the tickets and money (why did I become treasurer again?), then next week it's the not Enrichment anymore, Christmas Enrichment.  Then maybe I can think about Christmas cards... never a dull moment!  And I wouldn't have it any other way!!!

And this is Uncle Aaron's new girlfriend, Valerie.  She's a doll, super sweet.  She's coming back for Christmas break to color my hair (she's in hair school) and gave me an awesome cut this weekend.  The girls adore her and say that "Uncle Aaron loves her and she's going to be their Aunt."  Get on this Aaron! :)

3 comments:

Kaylan said...

Thanksgiving looks awesome as usual! You always out do yourself! Aaron's girlfriend is super cute! I can't wait to see what she does with your hair!

The Foulgers said...

You have been really busy. I can't believe you hosted Thanksgiving! You are amazing!
I think putting up one tree is a production. My Willow Tree Nativity is Owen's favorite as well.
Can't wait to see the pictures of Disneyland.

dadTB said...

Looks like you had a great feast for the family, Nicole.

I head from Denny that Aaron had a girlfriend. Hope he brings her back East so the "Eastern Boyd Clan" can meet her someday.

She sounds like a "Keeper" (Note Uncle Tom's fishing term). LOL! :-)

Love,
Aunt Julie and Uncle Tom