i just don't know how you can't have a permanent smile on your face at christmas time...there is so much out there that is special...the presents just aren't important in my book. having these christmas memories is something i will always cherish...we took taylor to her first christmas parade last night and despite one tiny meltdown (that was solved w/ a quick lolly pop given by the elves in the parade), it was a blast.
christmas is so much fun experiencing it through the eyes of a child...the lights, the decorations, the music, the spirit of it all!!
How cute is your daughters outfit! My daughter is only 8 months old, and we're surrounded by chaos because of our build.... So for once in my life, I'm really not feeling the Christmas spirit... Am SO looking forward to next year! Thank you for your super cute post :)
How cure are they when they crouch down like that???! Freaking adorable!
Our four year old is afraid of fireworks, clowns, and the biggie SANTA; so we had to leave. So bummed! Brady & I were dying to see the Mt P Parade and are finally in holiday mode. Love the tree discovery photo!
I absolutely love Christmas, and I can only imagine the thrill of witnessing it thought a child's eyes! Your daughter's outfit is too adorable, and the mitten garland around your mirror is as well.
hey, wait! there's hair on that sweet head! use those little clear rubber bands that you can get in Tarjay or the grocery. it clings to the hair and will make a teeny weeny pony. then you have an opportunity for a bow.
OMG, that first picture of her is so cute, I love her outfit!
She's too cute!!! oh my goodness!!
dots and bows!!! That outfit is just too cute!
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