Christmas festivities are in full swing around here lately. This year, I find myself enjoying the little things the most.
For example, isn’t Evie making Christmas cookies the most adorable thing you’ve ever seen?
The flour-covered face, the look of concentration. This tiny girl took her cookie-making duties very seriously. Santa will be pleased with the outcome, I have no doubt.
Two years ago at this time, she was fighting for her life in the NICU and getting ready for brain surgery, and look at her now. Miracle. ✨
We did a little shopping, Starbucks in hand of course. Evie enjoyed pretending to drink coffee too (with an empty cup!) She’s definitely in the “I want to do what the grown-ups do” stage.
She’s been reading books each night from the Advent Calendar I made her. I visited for a couple of days this week, so I got to help her open and read her choices. So much fun.
The hubs and I took a stroll through the Christmas market downtown. We bought a couple of small things, but it was fun just soaking in the atmosphere.
What have you been doing to enjoy the season this year?
In Case You Missed It…
This week I participated in a Christmas Home Tour with THIRTY talented home designers! If you weren’t able to follow along each day last week, be sure to grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the tour now. You won’t be disappointed.
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Keep it coming with all of the wonderful holiday posts. I’m loving every bit of it!
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