Another week flew by and half of December is gone. We had lovely week of small, quiet celebrations. Here what it was like:
On Tuesday there was another lovely concert with D.’s choir- his division performed in the nursing home nearby and as always, wonderful singing and warm, holiday atmosphere.
Wednesday kids opened their new winter books.
D. got Neil Gaiman’s “Odd and the Frost Giants” and he loved it.
On Thursday we tried finger knitting, I must say it was crazy difficult for me and C., I am not a knitter at all and crochet but a little. C. didn’t have patience. But D. got a hang of it and had fun finger knitting for a while.
On Friday D. and his dad had a lovely family karate class and we got our tree after. We usually get a small tree to fit into our tiny living room, but this year the choice was either microscopic or 6 feet tall. So we got 6 feet tall one. It’s weird to have such a big tree again and it takes up half of the room, but ids are absolutely thrilled.
On Saturday we made a few decorations as per our annual tradition and decorated our tree.
Sunday was a card making day, kids made a bunch of cards for their friends and teachers.
Monday they started their annual lego village display
We watched “It’s a Wonderful Life!”, kids for the first time. Elves have been visiting and putting tiny presents for kids under the tree…I draw some holiday cheer too
I keep doodle diary this season and it’s filling up little by little
Wishing wonderful holidays to everyone!