Over the weekend, we got to visit Santa as a family. We had planned on getting a picture of Santa alone with our 3 girls, but because of our scared-to-death toddler, the whole family got to sit on Santa’s lap!
It was pretty hilarious, and I’m glad we can finally add a “bad santa” photo to our collection. Margot was pretty intrigued by the big man. She didn’t cry, but she wasn’t flashing him her beautiful smile, either.
She just watched her big sisters and listened intently as they told Santa what they wanted for Christmas.
All in all, it was a lot of fun. We’ve got another great experience down in the books! I love carrying on traditions during the holiday season with all 3 girls.
By now, most of us have experienced frigid temperatures and maybe even deep snow. As in any season, there are a few ways we can keep our babies happy and healthy when we welcome the bitter cold.
Here are a few of my tried-and-true tips for keeping baby warm in winter…
Need a gift that you can make and give to your littlest lovebug for Christmas? These DIY Emoji Bodysuits are amazing! I’m totally in love with emojis and can hardly type a text message or Instagram without them! I love the idea of putting one on a cute little outfit for baby. (The poop one?! Oh my gosh!) With only 2 supplies (plain white bodysuits and iron transfer paper) you can make an entire wardrobe for your favorite little one…
There’s nothing more special than a handmade keepsake ornament from baby’s first Christmas. When I first saw these DIY Salt Dough Picture Frame Ornaments, I knew I had to share them with you here. With just a few supplies (most of which you already have in your pantry) and a cute picture of your little one, you can create an affordable and ADORABLE handmade gift to give to your close friends and family.