Mr. T forgot a few things for a job he had in SF so naturally, he called me. At first I wasn’t thrilled to drive 40 miles last minute to drop off a dozen power cords, but it actually turned out to be a nice day with my daughter. We hung out down town, had lunch, and hit the park at discovery museum.
We decided to stay home and have Christmas in California this year. Although we missed my family dearly, it was nice not rushing through the holiday to get everything done. Santa was very good to all of us and here are the pictures.
First we cut down our tree on Black Friday. That is our tradition.
Then we tie it up and bring it home.
And decorate it.
Then we went to Christmas in the Park.
And we took her to see Santa. She smiled like a big girl.
Then it was Christmas Day. She could finally open what Santa brought her.
She got a new bike!!
A cash register.
A Hello Kitty chair.
All of this stuff! Games, books, Little People, pajamas… Wow!! She must have been really good this year.
This is what Santa brought me. Nice!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you!!
Our first trick-or-treat experience this year was at Santana Row. Its always a big crowd and the stores are high end like Gucci, Burberry, even Tesla cars. Its a lot of fun and something I’ve shared with our Mommy and Me group since Kenlee’s first year. This year it was just us and Ellie M & Josh. Here are the pics.
This is how she says, “RAWR!”
For actual Halloween we took her to trick-or-treat in our neighborhood. We live in such a great place for kids. We started before dark but it wasn’t long before swarms of kids were out! She never said the words, “trick or treat,” but she did say, “thank you,” very politely at each house.
We had a good time. She loved her costume. I just can’t wait to do it all over again next year!!
Oh I almost forgot, we had to walk to the store for milk during the day, so naturally, she threw a little something on. (They trick or treat all day on our block, so she had to dress up too.)
Happy Halloween everyone!!!