Chinese take out for Christmas dinner. What a good wife I am! Ha..
Thursday, December 30, 2010
We had a little girls outing yesterday to Jump on it (can barely move my neck today!) and In and Out.
I have been a little stir crazy now that life is calming down and I am still out of school, so it was fun to get out and do something with my little sister and Josh's niece.
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
I absolutely LOVE living close enough to walk places. Last night our friends Stevie and Jess came down and we walked to the Pagoda for dinner. For some reason Josh didn't bring a coat, so we ended up driving to the Roasting Co after for some dessert.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
My sister Miranda remakes some of her old clothes, instead of immediately getting rid of them.
I got inspired by her a while back and tried a couple projects of my own.
Now that I have a sewing machine at my fingertips, I thought I would pick it up again!
Here is a sweater and t-shirt I was about to donate to D.I. Instead, I merged them together and added a ruffle to the collar!
It is so much fun getting together with my high school friends. It seems like more and more changes every time, which is bittersweet. One of my best friends, Calli, gets married in a couple months and moves to Florida right away! It is going to be so weird, but I guess it's another fun place to go visit..
Monday, December 27, 2010
Sunday, December 26, 2010
I am still a kid when it comes to Christmas. I could hardly sleep, partially because of excitement and partially because of the terrible mattress we slept on in the attic. Josh and I stayed up talking about how we want to do Christmas when we have kids. Anyway, this year was wonderful. I love being married!
Waiting on top of the stairs to go downstairs!
Milo decided to play some carols to set the mood.
Last year Santa brought all the boys a new gun. Now Josh is officially one of the boys too!
Quite excited about my sewing machine!
Santa surprised my mom with this, with Josh as a little helper. She teared up with excitement...so cute!
Mattie knit neck warmers for the girls.
My Mamo and Papa had my talented Uncle Bill carve this for us! At first I thought it was Hebrew, but it is actually our names joined together!
It was so much fun having another family to celebrate with this year!
Apparently it is tradition in Argentina to set off fireworks at Christmas time? I'll have to call my brother and make sure, but either way I like it!