Thursday, December 2, 2010

Santa Time!

Our little town does a Window Night every year. You walk downtown, see the pretty displays in windows, get some free hot chocolate, ride a hayride and in a firetruck...and best of all, SEE SANTA!

We do this every year, it has become a tradition and is really fun. This year we didn't get to do the firetruck or hayrides; it was just plain snowing too hard! We stood in line waiting for Santa to arrive for about 40 minutes, and during that time we got covered in a couple inches of snow! 

Here are some pictures while we waited in line:


Top: Raymond and Nolyn, RJ. Bottom: Gavin, Liam

And here is the reward for standing in the freezing cold and flurries!

Left to right, Top: Gavin, RJ, Liam. Left to right, Bottom: Gabriel, Nolyn, and Annabelle!

I really hope all my readers out there are having a wonderful holiday season so far! Wishing everyone warm fuzzy thoughts and lots of family time for the rest of the year!!

10 fantastic comments:

Unknown said...

That is a lot of fun ! And great memories :)
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Unknown said...

Snowflakes, Santa, boots, scarves! Oh I love your pictures and blog :) I found you on a Friday hop and very glad I did.

Have a beautiful day and hope you stop in!


Keli said...

I wish our town did something like this! We do a HUGE parade for the "fall" and one for Halloween. Nothing for Thanksgiving or Christmas. :(

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Anonymous said...

Following you back :)

Nana Poppins said...

Came to say Hi and Im now following. Looks like you guys had a blast! Im a die hard coffee drinker but those pics made me want some hot chocolate! hehe

Nana (Patty) Poppins

Kathleen said...

How sweet! Looks like they were enjoying their trip to see Santa even though it was cold!

Thanks for stopping by, I am following you back.


Sara said...

New Follower from Hippo With A Headband. The Santa pictures are adorable. My Pudge wouldn't sit still for his. :(

Ladii said...

WOW! already snowing? NO THANK YOU! im ready to skip right on over SNow and onto spring flowers

Carrie Daw said...

Christmas parades are a must for freezing your feet. lol
new follower.

karenmed409 said...

I love the traditions that small towns still have. I don't think I would want to move to a big city.
Thanks for sharing your photos!

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