Bring On 2015

 I booted up and headed out to the hill to finish out 2014 with a bang.
 I'm a little bit into pink these days in case you were wondering. When it's hot wear pink, and when it's cold wear more of it. A lot more of it. My Mom and I spent a  good few hours tromping around the ski hill. When you are 35 pounds, the sliding down the hill is the easy part. More impressive than skiing is my ability to trudge up and down a huge flight of steps to the bathroom without falling, getting pee on my snow pants, or dropping any of my winter apparel on a slushy floor. My Mom was darn proud of my efforts and outcomes.

 2015 You are my soon as I finish my lunch and have a nap.

New Year's Eve we partied big around my place. Preschool style. The ball dropped at 12:00...P.M.
In 15 years, if this is the aftermath from a NYE bash there will be some happy parents around these parts. In truth, it was meant to be an outdoor party with sledding and exploring the backyard/back country, but the thermometer read indoors and sans cocoa we wee ones played...It does seem  some others successfully bundled and found some happy places to close out the year. 
There is no place like home for the holidays!

Merry Christmas!

I love Christmas time. The snow, the tree, the lights, the cookies, the caroling, the family. It is a wonderful time of the year.

Grandma Judi came to spend Christmas with us. She is one of my BFF's for sure.
I delivered all the presents, delivered them with great cheer I might add.
My Grandpa Bruce got me an awesome gift. My very own head lamp. If the days are short, light up the nights. Did you know Strider makes a ski attachment for Strider bikes? Santa  did. So yes, I am a snow biker at age 3 and with my head lamp illuminating the snow I can even ride at night. Soon people will call me "The great snow rider" or "The great night rider" I haven't decided which has a better ring to it.
Back to delivery of gifts....Special delivery was upgraded to speedy special delivery when I got my beloved pink roller skates.
I wanted them so, so, so bad and I knew I would only get them from Santa if I was on the good list.

No, I am not wearing a helmet or pads because I'm just skating inside. Yes, I am allowed to skate inside the house. What did you think I was going to wait until May to try these things outside? Please!
Christmas is about the birth of Baby Jesus. Guess what, the rest of my family's Christmas will not to my Mother's chagrin seamlessly be delivered Santa's sleigh come until late April when we will welcome a Baby Boy to our family.