Our Christmas vacation has finally started today and we have not budget from the couch or our pajamas all day long. This is one of the many things I adore about my three year old. Most of the time her activity level is unbelievably high and I can barely keep up with her, but then other times she will spend the whole day snuggling and watching movies with me. I attribute this to the fact that she is only allowed a certain amount of TV time during the week so when she has a day to veg out she is going to take full advantage of it. We have a lot in common.
She had her Christmas performance this week at school and was such a ham. She literally bowed after all her songs. She waved to everyone coming in the door. We also had some moments when I was holding my breath like midway during a song when she decided to grab the microphone. I was mouthing stop it from the crowd and praying the whole thing didn't fall on the group of unsuspecting toddlers standing next to her.
I had to make sandwiches for Avery's Christmas party, but because my week was incredibly busy with it being both of ours last week of school, I ended up getting a big container of Pimento cheese from Costco and a container of Buffalo Chicken Dip from Publix and making sandwiches with those. They turned out to be delicious and made my life much easier.
Since it was our last week of school too, we did some fun crafts with the kids. My coworker is very crafty and she designed these glasses for one of the snowmen we made.
How adorable are those? Our sweet little girl in our class who wears glasses was overjoyed. We also got some amazing gifts from our parents. I am really going to miss those kids when it's time for the baby.
I had a lot planned for Christmas break, but I think I will spend most of the time relaxing with my family. We have a ton of house projects to start, but they can wait until after the New Year. This is our last Christmas together just the three of us and I really want to soak it all in.