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Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas

It's gone quite well so far:-)

Mstr A ws the first awake at 6.30am, but he was content to come and watch some TV in our room until we got the girls up at 7am. They opened their stocking presents properly, with little fighting, actually looking at the presents (and stuffing as much cholcolate in their mouths as possible). We tend to buy useful stockng presents, so they got new toothbrushes (Mstr A had one of these things that plays music through your teeth! and LMB a fairy one), new wash mitts, and a leotard & ballet shoes for LMB, recorder and book for Mstr A and dressing up clothes for LMD. That was plenty to stuff into the rather large stockings we hng up.

Mstr A has spent the past few weeks telling all and sundry that santa isn't real and it's your mum and dad really, but this morning when he came down to see if santa had come, he said he tought he had as he had heard a "thump" on the roof and seen a big shadow walking past LMB's room:-)

Now we have managed to get them all to eat some proper(ish) breakfast, and get dressed with the promise of big presents to come. the pork is in the oven, the desserts are made. We're off to Nanny A's for dinner, so not a lot of work to do. And back in time for Dr who, so opefully not a late night:-)

oh, and Aggie's got another chest infection, so he's on antibiotics again, and ges to be my chauffeur all through the fesive period. shame.

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  • At Tuesday, December 25, 2007 11:28:00 am, Blogger Maggie said…

    Merry Christmas!

    Ah how I miss the joys of sitting up till 4am wrapping parcels and then getting up at 7am to get turkey lurkey in the oven! ;-)

    Half the household are sicko I'm afraid, so it'll be turkey tomorrow if they are recovered.

    Hope you have a wonderful time and enjoy your Christmas dinner.

    Christmas good wishes from Liverpool


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