We are so excited about all of the Christmas lights and decorations that we are seeing! We love looking at our neighbor’s holiday extravaganza across the street and some other houses in the neighborhood. Even when driving around town, Garet is talking about Christmas tree lights and Kitt is pointing out trees. We even have our own little tree in our house with some ornaments, lights and a Santa on top. Garet likes walking by it and saying “Ho! Ho! Ho!” Granny and Poppy left on Monday morning and we were sad to see them go but are looking forward to seeing them in just a couple of weeks. That day was really rainy so A.J. and Joyce came over here to play. We always have a fun time when A.J. comes over. We went to school and got to spend some time with Nanny as Mommy had a couple of appointments and also Book Club. Speaking of appointments, Mommy went to the doctor to have everything checked with the new baby and so far, so good! She got to hear the baby’s heartbeat again which she said was fun. We are excited about meeting our new brother or sister soon….but not too soon! Yesterday we went to a craft event with the Parents of Multiples Club and decorated picture frames. We went for a night time walk to the Taqueria and to look at Christmas lights, too. We have a couple of things planned for this week so we will check in with you next weekend. Until then, enjoy the pictures!
Hi Kitt and Garet! Here’s a big Ho, Ho, Ho from Santa’s helper, Poppy. I’m very happy that you are enjoying the Christmas season and getting to see and enjoy all of the decorations and lights. I love the photo of you and your Mommy under the “Christmas in the Grove” decoration extravaganza. Speaking of lights, Poppy put up his annual display of the “big honkin’ colored lights” as they have come to be known by your Mommy, aunt and uncle. They all like the the little clear bulbs, but the big colored bulbs remind me more of Christmas’ past. And, by the way, I especially love your big smiles in some of this week’s photos. I can tell you are enjoying yourselves. Well, I’d better go for now. I hope you have another fun-filled week. Love you lots! …Pop
Hello Sweeties! What a great blog you have written this week. You girls are truly “styling” with those fur topped jackets, and I even think I saw new shoes on Garet’s feet. Your daddy better be prepared for you two are “high maintenance” little girls! However, it is so much more fun to shop for little girls than it is to shop for little boys. Garet, when you say “Ho, Ho, Ho” do you pat your tummy like Santa does? My friend taught her granddaughter to say Ho Ho Ho, but she also showed her how to pat her tummy when doing it!!!! Kitt, I’m wondering why your doll baby is riding on what looks like a lawn mower. If that’s the case, your poor baby may get burned!!! I love your Christmas tree, and your mommy placed it in a great place because everytime you sit down in your chairs to eat you can enjoy it. Does Mommy have music playing in the CD player on the table, also? We, too, are getting excited about Christmas. I hope Poppy will take a picture of his “big honkin” lights and send it to you to see. He sure likes those big colored lights. I know, as always, this will be a fun week for you as your mommy always sees to that. Has she and your daddy decided if they are going to tell you if you’re getting a little sister or a little brother? We can’t wait for its arrival, but we do want it to wait until next May. GAMA and I will need to rest up as we’ll be in charge of taking care of you two while Mommy takes cares of the new baby. Love you lots, Granny
How beautiful you both look with your big smiles and gorgeous new coats and sweater/skirt sets. Did those come from your GAMA, by any chance? Your Mommy tells me that you both love looking at all the Christmas lights and that we may take a drive to see some during our holiday week in North Carolina. I can’t wait for that! Are you counting down the days too? Until then, have a wonderful holiday season, and please remember how much I love and miss you both every single second of every single day.
XOXOXOXO, Aunt Kristen