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Nov 17th to 21st - Big Calming Breath

Sunday, November 21, 2010

From Wednesday onwards things just got better (and better). Sure it's easy for me to obsess about all the things I don't have, don't like, etc., etc., but at some point I have to slap myself out of it because I have so much to be thankful for...

My hilarious little nephew who knows just how to make Auntie Sara laugh.

Toys that entertain kids of all ages.
Caleb is so wonderfully random - playing in his winter coat, one sock on, one sock off - I love being a Mommy, but being Auntie is a close second.
Can you believe I forgot about Becca's Wednesday night dinner invite?? We missed out on lasagna and garlic toast but showed up just in time for ice cream.
Here, here to frozen desserts and baby sisters.
Puppy love. I adore Taz because she puts up with just about anything (including obnoxious toddlers who pretend she's a pony).

I'm grateful for good friends who send edible fruit bouquets for no other reason than to put a smile on my face -

and chocolate on Saiger's. 



I'm thankful for super fun birthdays that tucker out Saige and renew my passion for party planning on a small scale.  


Old school Christmas tunes paired with Father-Daughter dances where Saige can show off her not-so-graceful dance moves.
  
Little helping hands.

Secret cousin closets with popcorn and Bambi - the "play closet" at Gramma and Papa's house really deserves a blog post of it's own. 

Christmas trees in November.
I, on the left, went for a 'less is more' holiday look as Saige accidently broke my very first ornament to Trev and can't be trusted. My mom on the other hand (see right) went for a slightly schizophrenic aesthetic - her motto: leave no branch unadorned. It was painful to help decorate as it went against every fiber of my being.
Thank God for women named "Bren".

I love, love, LOVE Christmas. Love. Christmas. Two words that are truly synonymous of one another. Around this time of year I've been known to get a bit emotional. The season, the songs, the snow... all bring about a mixture of newness and nostalgia. Celebrating new Christmas traditions with Saige while reflecting on Christmases past. I can honestly say that some of my best childhood memories revolved around December 25th - hopefully Saige will say the same thing 25 years from now.

10 comments:

Brianne Goyette said...

Beautiful Tree! we are real tree people, so I have already told Sean I want to go get a tree the first weekend in December!

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