"All I want for Christmas are my two front teeth!" Actually, it should be four teeth!
I wasn't expecting to get anything this year since I travel to so many different sites and my class is often an "afterthought." I can't even begin to express how much it affected me to be thought of and given these gifts from my Harvest class.
We celebrated Ella's first birthday at the skating rink downtown. It'll likely be our first and only time skating this year.
It has been years since we've been to Candy Cane Lane. I am so happy we got to do that this year. Candy Cane Lane is a neighborhood in Clovis where all the houses decorate for Christmas. There are no sidewalks though, so as you walk around, there are also cars driving along. We really enjoyed it, especially since we had the chance to stop at our friends' home, the Stobbes. Such a special family- Greg and Geena were both of our kids' first babysitters when they were newborns. We don't get to see them very much anymore so it was great to catch up with them. Geena even made the kids hot chocolate! I am so disappointed I didn't think to take a picture!
Oh look, a picture with Santa!