Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Holiday joy...

My sister and her family are now in town from San Diego. The festivities have begun and the kids are having a blast. It's so much fun to have family time together. As you can see, the girls were pretty serious about sprinkling their cookies. Definitely one of my most favorite Christmas events.
Plenty of sugar to go around.
The weather was perfect for sledding the other day and we all had a great time.
I also wanted to share some wonderful gifts that I have recieved from my blogger friends. You are all so generous and thoughtful.
Thanks girls!!
Cassondra Walters made me this stunning jewel toned handmade stocking. No need for anything else in there from santa. Love it!
Julie Collings sent a wee little box of vintage goodness in her signature style. Love all the red, green and metallic bits of wonder.This wonderfully whimsy handmade patchwork pillow in ArtsyMama colors is from Lilli Beck. So cute and happy.
Kimla sent this adorable reindeer bear that was a huge hit with my kids. Chloe has adopted this sweetie as her own.
Happy Christmas Eve.

Hope you are all happy and healthy and full of joy!


AwtemNymf said...

A Magical Merry Christmas to you & yours!
*sprinkle sprinkle*
Hugs & Faerie Dust!

Shell said...

Wonderful gifts you have been given. It looks like your Christmas holidays have started wonderfully. Merry Christmas to and yours, Kari.

Kathryn Costa said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family. I have a present for you on my blog. Swing by when you get a moment.

{soul hugs}

Britt- Sparkled Vintage Charm said...

Hi sweet Kari!! Merry Christmas to you and your darling family!!! the cookies looks so yummy!! Chloe and her cousin did such a great job decorating them!! Big hugs! xoxo!!! Britt :-)

Unknown said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours!!!

Unknown said...

Merry Christmas! Looks like you had a lovely holiday - hope you got lots of love and hugs!!

Recycled Rita said...

You are all (your sister included), such a darling family!
Merry Christmas Kari!
karen (recycled rita)