Assembling the hockey nets
Wondering when we will skate again after all the snow
Keeping the chairs down to keep the little one safe - she is such a climber.
Sarah helping with the lemon yogurt cake. She is wearing the Plain Vest I knit for her.
Wishing you lots of beautiful moments in the coming days,
Dearest Tonya...Many happy holiday wishes to you and your big and beautiful family!!! These moments are treasures ~ oh, and I have big ice envy, too. (Our newly dug pond never filled properly in time for a freeze this year...ahhh, next year)! I hope you are enjoying some rest and relaxation with your loved ones after your busy Christmas business season.ReplyDelete
Lots of love,
I loved the picture of the children with the gifts to unwrap. There are no small children in my house anymore, and I do miss that.ReplyDelete
I haven't been skating on a pond in a looong time!! reminds me of my childhood in western ny. did you share a recipe for lemon yogurt cake? that sounds so good!ReplyDelete
Oh, I love this glimpse of your family holiday and the days following! Priceless!ReplyDelete
I have to tell you that the little gnomes you knit were gifted on Christmas and received with great fanfare! We will be growing the collection for sure! Both mama and boys fell in love with them :)
Wishing you a safe and blessed new year.
I just love it all! :)ReplyDelete
Sweet and simple, my favorite!
Looks like a lovely holiday!!! Enjoy your weekend.ReplyDelete
Hi from Australia, love to see how our american family spends their snowy Christmas's. Blessings to your family xxReplyDelete
It looks like you had a warm and beautiful Christmas! Sarah's vest looks so cozy! :)ReplyDelete
Many blessing to you and yours from New Zealand, Tonya. I love seeing photos of your precious family..hugs XXReplyDelete
What a beautiful Christmas! I found your blog via FB for your orange candle. Simply lovely.ReplyDelete
Can you share a link to the geometric puzzles shown in this piece? This looks like something one of my children would love.