Whoah, there horsies... let's take a deep breath and try to enjoy this week instead of fretting about the post-break work. I'd like to be that care-free kind of person. The only thing is I know we've got an exam coming up the week we get back then two more in the weeks after that. I'll have to do some studying but I must vow not to go overboard. Maybe I should make a to-do list with fun and relaxing stuff that I also need to do. So, here we go:
- take naps
- bake cookies
- play with Juliette
- take walks
- watch movies
- sleep past six a.m.
- get apartment organized (oops, that sounds a bit like work); let's change that to "light cleaning"
- call family and catch up on their fun holiday plans...
She's much more aware of the holiday season this year. She still doesn't like Santa. Apparently she cried when he came to her school last week. And same reaction when we saw him at the supermarket giving out candy. When I ask her what she wants him to bring her, she just says, "no". When I tell her to look at the TV cause Santa's on, she says "no".
She hasn't been hastling us too much about opening presents but she occasionally asks about them. For now she's more into the box (typical!) that aunt Jessy's presents came in, and popping the bubble wrap.
Here she is answering questions about the tree and decorations:
So, merry Christmas to you, dear readers, and let's all try to get some rest this holiday season.