Saturday, December 26, 2015

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Christmas went by too fast, of course. It was Nico's first Christmas and if you combine the fact that he's the second child and my intense exhaustion and general "haven't been myself in oh, months and months", then that will explain why the poor kid's christmas jammies were in the laundry pile, the lack of quality pictures and the fact that despite how happy we all really were, at the end of the day I felt like I could have done more, celebrated more, enjoyed more, documented more.

Nico liked eating cardboard and playing with wrapping paper more than he enjoyed his toys. Lia said the legos were her favorite! I think there's still a present or two under the tree that we didn't get around to.

We feasted with good company and somehow managed to keep the kitchen clean all day. We face-timed family and listened to A Christmas Story in the background all day.

All in all, it was a very good Christmas. We were blessed and happy. Until the next one, xo.

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