Little Chick and I have many Christmas traditions. The first one is that we love making ornaments for our Christmas trees and others. Ever since I have had my own Christmas tree I knew that it would be my tradition to only have homemade ornaments on my tree. Little Chick now helps me with making more and more beautiful ornaments each year for our trees. It is a special time and we love making them with Grandma Hen and our friend Geri. We had a fun pj party with Geri and loved making ornaments and watching Christmas movies. It has been a time for being together and creating.
Sunday, December 1, 2013
"Holiday traditions keep the memories alive and the heart filled with joy!"
Little Chick and I have many holiday traditions. The one that always gets the Christmas spirit going is making gingerbread houses with Grandma Hen, Auntie and Little Chick's cousin. We have been doing this since Little Chick was two years old. This year we decided to put on some German Christmas music and make authentic gingerbread houses. We had lots of fun!
Posted by Mama Hen at 11:43 PM
Thursday, November 28, 2013
"Give thanks to God above for filling our days with abundant blessings." ~Mama Hen
Little Chick has been working so hard for a month on this beautiful Thanksgiving display. She worked diligently on making the Wampanoag, Pilgrims, Pilgrim houses and wigwams, as well as the scrumptious feast they all enjoyed for three days. This fantastic scene sits on our kitchen counter where we can see it through out the day and be reminded of all the wonderful things to be thankful for. Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving Thursday: 1.) Little Chick and my family 2.) My mom and having her in our lives daily. 3.) Our wonderful friends. 4.) Our beautiful furry family. 5.) God's abundant blessings!
Posted by Mama Hen at 11:06 AM
Sunday, November 24, 2013
"Embrace the holidays to the fullest!" ~Mama Hen
What better way to learn about the feast of Thanksgiving and to celebrate than to live it! Little Chick makes the cutest little Pilgrim! Throw in a few Wampanoag and you have a Plymouth scene revisited. We love the holidays!
Posted by Mama Hen at 3:26 PM