Hello all! Just here documenting Christmas with the little ones. Won't it be fun to look back in 2034 and see what my kids were into. Will there be internet then? I really need to turn this blog into a book... I digress.
So Ella's loot. A big pink unicorn that stayed at the top of her list for MONTHS. There was no getting out of that one. Santa made an impromptu purchase with the gymnastic mat and it was one of Ella's favorite gifts.
Jack's loot. That's a scooter in that big bag. He HAD TO HAVE IT and barely looked at it. Granted he'll probably be very excited about it when he can go outside, but as of Christmas morning he was more excited bout his Lego watch.
Why do I not have an up close of Nicholas' loot? Slacker. Thee's not a whole lot showing anyway. Except that bungee chair, which Jack said was a trampoline. You can imagine how that went down.
Guess what I did Christmas eve? Are you guessing? I said guess damn it. Ok fine. I left my camera at my sister's house. That means all iPhone on Christmas morning and that also means all blurry action pics. *sigh* First world problems.
At least Jack acts excited about clothes. Not sure he really is. He looks happy. IDK.
Ella is coveting her Vera Bradley iPad case. Got that on Zulily for like $12. Score.
The Penguins third jersey was Nicholas' number one item on his list. He looks less thrilled than Jack over his plain old Under Armour t-shirt. Difference in personalities.
Oh well, he and Nicholas both got Mars (their school) sweatshirts and they are personalized on the back.
Ella wrote a Santa list and she put on the list clothes. Easy enough. Well one day she came into me and said, "Hey mom, you know I have clothes on my Christmas list? Well by clothes I mean ABERCROMBIE clothes." Well then!
Lego movie game.
Feety jammies that aren't one piece. Genius.
This one was personalized and it will be a hand-me-down so Jack will eventually have a personalized one. Ha!
NPDA sweats (her dance studio). SO excited over these.
Well, a box. Just what he wanted. Luckily there is a blue tooth speaker in there.
Your eyes are not deceiving you, that is goalie equipment, but never fear he's still a center. This is for the outdoor ice rink we put up!
Oh look Taylor Swift came to Christmas. Oh wait that's Ella in in Tay Swift glasses. Also came with tickets, which she was disappointed weren't front row. One day she'll understand what I went through just to get floor seats. I stood over George's shoulder and yelled and directed and yelled some more. It almost ended in divorce. I kid. Kinda. Ha! Nonetheless, there are Taylor tickets and one VERY happy little girl. I probably could have gotten away with omitting the pink unicorn. Damn it!
Oh what's this big bag? I see handle bars. Oh it's the scooter. Move on.
.... for everyone. Actually George has these boots and the mini versions are so cute. I don't even care if they're camo. Great for walking the dog in snow, wet, mud.
Merry Christmas from the very spoiled Tirch children. I know I've made light of things in this post, but the truth is I try to make my kids aware of their good fortune. I may have spoiled kids, but they are NOT brats.
Thanks for making it to the end of this post. Sometimes I just have to document for me.