We do not celebrate Christmas religiously, but every year, we put up the tree, shop for pressies, sing along and dance to Christmas songs. Just for fun, our celebration is more for the kids rather than anything else :-).
HQ's first Christmas at 7 months old. Christmas 2007
QQ's first Christmas at 5 months old.
Notice any kitchen ware doubling as tree ornaments? <- initiated by HQ, not me! ;-) Christmas 2009
Christmas seems to get more and more fun, now that both kids are totally aware about getting presents. For the past week, we wake up every morning to HQ's announcements of " __ more days to Christmas!" Kids boasting to each other about how many presents they are getting. HQ warning QQ about not getting any presents for Christmas when she misbehaved.
Our loot this year.
HQ's Power Rangers and QQ's shoes are missing from the picture, as the kids love these so much that they do not want to let go *roll eyeballs*
And I just realised that we picked up a lot of toys but totally forgot to choose some good books for the kids *speepish*
QQ totally loves the battery operated mini organ. And of course her purple Cinderella Crocs shoes. I picked these up by chance when hubby and I were at The Summit. According to the promoter at a stall near the escalator (don't remember which floor), Crocs Malaysia is closing down, therefore they were clearing stock at RM 100 for 3 pairs.
Updated: About the closing down, I'm really not sure how true this piece of news is... and the shoes? They're comfy, cheap & nice, so just grab :-). Simple hand puppets can bring so much excitement to my kiddos :-).How was your Christmas? :-)
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