Monday, December 22, 2014

December is always fun.

We went to see Santa. I though this was the Santa that comes to our Ward, but it wasn't him. There is a Santa in our Ward. Mario saw him a few weeks back and told me, "I didn't know that Santa was LDS" I said, "of course. You didn't know that?"
I also was a host for the Crèche christmas exhibition in our chapel. The exhibition was a beautiful display of many natives, there was art work focused on the birth of Jesus Christ,  and performances by many artist. I was so sick, I just kept praying inside of me so I would make thru the day.
Later I went a took a family portrait for the son of elder Anderson. His son is in our Ward.
I took Milo to La baguette which is a french sandwich shop. We stopped at William Sonoma to get a cookie cutter. When we entered the store Milo said, "hmm smells like grandma's house"
He was right it was like a mixture of pumpkin spice with something sweet.

These are more pictures of the boys at the Crèche exhibition.

Pizza is a really important part of our diet.  We made some pizza as you can see. We also made cookies for our neighbors. 
Milestone:
Mario is eating more types of food. He ate his first bacon cheeseburger on Saturday. I was surprised.

This was one the storm was happening in California. It wasn't crazy. It was like a tone down monsun season.
Waiting at the emergency care.. Again.
After a rough day I took the boys to eat Indian food and for ice cream. I love when they are happy.
They also got flu shots. I don't give them the spray because it has the live virus and they would make me sick. I explained the options to them and they understood. 
The best part of the holidays for me is to give. We are financially poor in here but I still do it.
My night riders.
The boys from our class. They worked hard bringing their scriptures every Sunday. I made them brownies and Jared gave them some of the pens with a hidden Usb drive. They were happy.

I will have another post at the end of the year. My dad is coming to visit.