Brrr! There's a day you wouldn't want to venture too far from the stove, and we haven't. But dear wee Jack didn't want to be stuck inside all day, especially when he woke up to such a thick layer of frost. Or snow, as he keeps referring to it, regardless of how many times we correct him. Over the Christmas period, as we opened the doors on our advent calendar, each day we counted how many days were left until Christmas. Every day, Jack would ask, "and then it snow?" All these festive songs and movies would have these poor wee mites thinking snow is a shoo-in on Christmas day, and I think he was a bit heart broken when there wasn't a pick of it.
Driving in these conditions isn't fun either, so at least we can avoid going too far in it since we're all still off. How lovely it is having Daddy about, and getting out of the routine of school runs. Whilst walking the dog last night I seen a car spin 360 degrees, and I nearly went on my bum a few times too.
Jack wore his Next Santa hat, and he was bundled up in a jumper, body warmer, and a United Colours of Benneton coat. We finally got to try out his new Aigle snow boots. They kept those feet warm and dry. The grips were fab for pretending to ice skate, and walking over slippery ground in general.
Hope you all had a fab Christmas! We did! It was just so relaxing! Santa was great to Jack, he got everything he asked for, and more. If you follow me on Instagram you'll know he asked for a Batman costume. Gosh, he's so cute in it. It's those angelic golden curls poking out from around his mask. Check him out, with his wee built in abs! He adopts a very stern persona when he puts it on. Well, a superhero who must save the world doesn't have time to mess about I suppose. Here's our week that was too. Happy New Year, m'friends!
2. Christmas eve
3. Happy baba in his pram
4. Lego car
5. Frosty walk
6. Meeting Santa Claus, (of course you know, is one of the biys from home)
7. Scampi Robin