Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Here's to a happy new year!

I hope your holidays were warm and your new year is looking bright.
Here are some happy pictures from our Christmas celebrations.

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
One present on Christmas Eve!

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Guess it was the right one!

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Bonus Christmas book for story time

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Starting in on the loot on Christmas morning

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That's the way to rip!

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
The cats got EXACTLY what they were hoping for:
Cleopatra costumes.
They were so happy. SO HAPPY.

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Traditional (??) Christmas fondue!
Grain-free and super-yum.

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Alrik's cheek pouches are full o' ham.

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Mikko greatly enjoyed the grandparent video chatting,
making all manner of banana puns.
(Because I love to boost a friend, those fancy
wrist communicators are from Rainbowsouffle.)

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
And the boys much enjoyed the presents their aunt brought over!

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Alrik took a break to do poo-yoga.
(That's a toddler thing.)

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Opening stockings!

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Mikko finally heading up to bed
with all the lights he could gather.

Hobo Mama: Here's to a happy new year!
Alakazam!
Wishing you and yours a magical new year!



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4 comments:

Momma Jorje said...

Love these! And Mikko is just looking like SUCH a big kid! His hair is awesome, too, btw. I know it can be a source for grief. :P

Karen Reekie said...

Looks like you had a Happy Christmas, and Happy New Year to you too! I need to find a recipe for a fondue that works with a goats or sheeps cheese, and my husband can't eat cows milk based cheese. I love fondue!
:)

Lauren Wayne said...

@Karen Reekie: I've got one for you! Tom Douglas's: http://www.tastebook.com/recipes/1308260-GOAT-CHEESE-FONDUE-WITH-TOASTED-BREAD-AND-APPLES We had this the Christmas after we heard him talk at a cooking convention, and it was so yum.

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