Friday, December 28, 2007

A Family Christmas

Barry, Maisie and I went to stay with Ali in Devon on Boxing Day. We got back about 9pm....


As always we had a wonderful time there and everyone was spoilt rotten!


The little girls loved their Tulip cardigans. Millie's was rather too short in the arm as you can see in the photo, so that cardigan has come back with me to be lengthened by two stripes, she has incredibly long arms.


If you click the montage you can see all the photos plus one of me in my jamas, no make-up, hair all over the place and with my glasses on...any photos with me in were taken by Barry.


Sullivan is only five weeks old, he's smiling and growing like wildfire. Maisie is so good with babies, he just kept falling asleep on her....I think Ali could have done with Maisie staying a while longer to give her a bit of a break. I think we'll be back again soon, there are too many miles in between us.


We are having a lovely Christmas, the big day itself was just the three of us and then it got busy...visitors tomorrow and Sunday and on New Year's Day...then maybe we can rest?


Hopefully Barry and I will be going to Kerrie's open day on the 5th...looking forward to squidging her wool and maybe taking a photo or two??



6 comments:

Rosie said...

That looks like a very happy (and exhausting!) Christmas. And I love Sullivan's bathtime expressions...

Happy New Year!

Liz said...

you guys could be posing for a Hanna Andersson catalog! What a beautiful family.

Julie said...

Great pictures! I especially love the ones of Sullivan's bath; too funny (although I don't think he would agree) :-)

Marianne said...

Young Sullivan is a little redhead! Lovely boy!
Fabulous photos... as usual... the girls, every one of them beautiful and the Tulip sweaters are so very lovely!
(I really like the photo of you in your jammies, no make up, seriously, you're a beauty)

CG said...

What lovely photos; you all look great!! I'm coming over all broody now...

tiennie said...

Very sweet! Happy New Year to you!

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