Monday, December 5, 2011

Christmas Traditions: Part 3

Last year, my sister-in-law and I made fun little advent calendars for our kids to use the month of December. We took note cards and wrote down fun things the kids could do each day as a countdown to Christmas. Of course, we made each card look cute and put them on green cardstock. :) I had a little red box with snowmen on it and that is where my cards are stored.
We just started our advent calendar today (since I had forgotten about it) and the first card my kids picked out said "Go for a walk outside.". It was the perfect card for us today since we had been cleaning all morning and hadn't left the house all day. So off we went.
I thought I'd let Spidey "walk" with help of the monkey leash. :) We kept trying to run in the street so I am very glad we had it with us.

Petey wanted to ride her bike instead.

We decided to stop off at the park to play with some friends. My kids were ALL smiles for about 10 minutes before Petey started crying and saying she was cold.

And then she bawled the entire walk home. "sigh"

But as soon as we got home, I found a beanie and some gloves and she cheered up.

Spidey wanted a hat and gloves too. :) I love his cheesy little grin.

Yes, as you can see, she even put her headband over her beanie. So stylish. :)

And of course, I snapped some more pictures since they both looked so darn adorable.

I have no idea what my boy was doing here but he sure is a cutie.

It was a fun day and I can't wait to see what the kids pick out of the box for our activity tomorrow!

And that's how Suze sees it.


Kelly said...

CUTE. It's too cold here to go on walks these days. Not that I'm complaining, I guess, but a walk would be nice :) Grass is always greener, right? Looks like your kids are feeling better. That's great :)

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