We're still shopping and wrapping and talking a lot about the meaning of Christmas around here. Last night we had a conversation with the little ones about the birth of Jesus and the reasons we celebrate with gifts. Then my son said something so profound that my husband and I looked at one another, pleased and surprised, asking, "Where did you learn that?" Nicholas replied, "Oh, Spongebob."
Of course. Well, Merry Christmas, Spongebob.
And I wish a very Merry Christmas to you and yours. It's been crazytown around here and I'm hoping these next few days I can get down to the business of relaxing... enjoying... and being jolly. After all, 'tis the season, right?
xoxo amy (and Nicholas, Olivia, Anne, Mia, and even Mr. Sinibaldi ~ who is thankful to all of you who appreciate the time and effort that goes into this blog)
I leave you with my fave holiday pics from nanaCompany's past and present...
1. he likes it, 2. felt and fabric leaves and berries, 3. up on the bookcase, 4. handmade Christmas mittens, 5. n is for Nicholas, 6. holiday cookie garland, 7. our charlie brown tree, 8. 2012 Holiday Tag-a-Long, 9. candyland garland, 10. to: Olivia, 11. candy house garland, 12. week 2: 2012 Holiday Tag-a-Long, 13. JINGLE, 14. holiday wips, 15. merry Christmas to you!, 16. mercury glass up on the bookshelf, 17. what should i do with this?, 18. a shinzi katoh christmas, 19. the last Christmas shot, 20. 2012 Holiday Tag-a-Long: Week 4, 21. a cookie garland in progress, 22. peppermint potholders, 23. to: Mia, 24. wrapped, 25. you can't catch me!, 26. anne's christmas tree, 27. air mail, 28. in morning light, 29. leaves and berries, 30. we'll be warm this Christmas, 31. shiny and bright Christmas tree tag, 32. love these ornaments, 33. no peeking!, 34. joy, 35. blue binding, 36. merry and bright