Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Farmer Christmas and Happy Birthday!

What a fun time... being three years old and experiencing Xmas in all its noise, fun and messiness! Mitch & Harry have really celebrated Xmas this year.

They are a little confused about the details. They know that it is "Baby Jesus' birthday Mum", but they think the jolly fellow in the red suit is "Farmer Xmas" (which has cause much amusement to friends and strangers alike). They have loved receiving gifts (who doesn't), but even more they have relished handing out presents and a big hug or kiss. They now want chocolate for breakfast, lunch and tea (me too), but are starting to realise that all good things must come to an end.

An added bonus has been having Kev home over Xmas. They adore their Daddy and love going out to the shed to do secret men's business - who knows what they do in there! And most of the time they have wanted to help with sorting out toys and handing on some much loved treasures to the "younger generation" - although Harry did sob when his last sleeping bag for bed went to his little cousin Liam.

We have also been lucky enough to spend time with our dear friend Avi and his family (photo courtesy of Charles- Avi's father). We got to show them some tourist sites and enjoyed far too much good food - highly recommend the Jerusalem in Hindley Street - absolutely yummy food. The boys love Uncle Avi and were much taken with his thoughtful gifts - Thomas the Tank Engine series one through to five is on permanently in our house these days.

Apart from that the past week has been almost unbearably hot. And the boys have missed being able to spend large amounts of time playing outside - and so has Mummy!

Hoping that each and everyone of you had a wonderful Xmas and is set for a joyous New Year.

With much love,


PS - look at the photo closely and you'll see why that location was chosen (grin)


Rebecca said...

LOL Farmer Xmas!
Glad the boys had a fun Christmas.
I think Christmas is just going to get better and better as our boys get older and understand it more.
I've found the best thing is I get to shower Alex with gifts then hide them away as soon as he moves on to the next, to bring out later one at a time. So we get to make Christmas last for weeks.

Aprilyn said...

How funny that they thought Santa was Farmer Christmas. They are so darling! I can't believe how big they are getting. I wish I could see all of you in person someday.

I noticed you were going down "Twin Street". Very fitting I think. :)

Shelly said...

I agree with Aprilyn's comment - can't believe how big your cuties are getting and I'd love to meet you all someday. Happy New Year!

Lisa - Mum to Mitch & Harry said...

Dear Bec,
I do exactly the same thing - the boys must think I am the best Mummy ever because all of these toys appear from nowhere (grin).

Merry Xmas,

Lisa - Mum to Mitch & Harry said...

Dear Aprilyn,
Very observant :-)
Merry Xmas,

Lisa - Mum to Mitch & Harry said...

Dear Shelly,
Thanks for checking out our blog.