We have been on holiday overload lately but I love it. The holiday season is so special and magical but as you grow older you get caught up in life and it's easy to forget about the magic and wonder of the season. Having kids allows you to relive. We have been having so much fun making the season fun and memorable. We are trying to lay down our own family traditions that our kiddos will pass on to their own children one day.
Last week on Tuesday, Ann and I took the kids downtown to do all the downtown Seattle activities. We hit the Teddy Bear Suite at the Fairmont and the Gingerbread Houses at the Sheardin. The theme this year for gingerbread houses was train stations which was a big hit with Coop. On Wednesday night we had dinner in Bellevue Square and did the Snowflake Lane evet where they actually make it snow every night. Pretty fun for us here where it seldom snows. We have been busy making garland out of cranberries, snowflakes out of paper, and handmade Christmas cards.
I was not rocking my camera in the Teddy Bear room. O well, it's the memories, right?