Tuesday, December 22, 2009

TLM and Christmas

This is the year that TLM remembers what happens at Christmas time. She started nagging about getting decorations up about two months ago, and has been counting down the sleeps for about two weeks now (literally).

She is also the one person in our household who is the subject of great present-giving splurging. I hope she likes the dolls house that could well become an heirloom - everyone else is getting a daycare calendar or something from the bong shop up the road from work (they sell toys too).

She knows the words to Rudolph the red nosed reindeer, We wish you a merry Christmas and Jingle Bells - well, the bastardised Kiwi versions anyway.

She remembers our holiday this time last year, up the coast at the beach. And she knows that we aren't going anywhere this year - but she'll be very happy to have girlie parties in the tent staked out in our back yard.

And I'm looking forward to receiving my first Christmas gift from her, which I spied drying on the top of the wardrobe (it's a painting).


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Amanda said...

I'm naturally pretty grinchy but Xmas is fun experienced through kids. I had quite a discussion with DOTH today who was adamant that Rudolph had a friend called Olive as in "Olive the other reindeer" I had to laugh but it turns out there is actually a Matt Groening film about Olive which we watched on youtube today & both enjoyed

part one is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i69D5InPKCI

It's very funny!

Violet said...

donnasoowho: Merry Xmas to you too. May all your cakes turn out perfectly.

Amanda: She's not thick, that DOTH. I will bookmark the link and watch it later.

Tiki said...

Yeah, Christmas is more for the kids and I love it, it's how it should be. Our two get quite spoilt being only two - I can't imagine how my parents could afford christmas with 6 of us!

Merry Christmas Violet!

Violet said...

Merry Christmas Tiki!