Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Having Consumed My Body Weight In Chocolate


It's the flip side of Christmas!

Did you have a good time? Was it chaos or calm?

Ours was fabulous. A very cruisy morning - with the smalls discovering what Santa brought them, and then opening a few presents at home. I do believe by about 9am the Doctor had declared that it was his "best ever Christmas". We then made our way to my sister's home where my parents are staying. So good. So, so good.

We hung out together, ate a beautiful breakfast, then bid everyone adieu and went over to Matt's mum's home. It was a lovely laidback lunch, and really, the whole day was pretty easy - for which I am so grateful.

And Boxing Day, we all shuffled off to Kazbah in Balmain. My goodness, if you've not been there, go! Your tastebuds will thank you.

How about you? How was your Christmas?

And can someone take these chocolates away from me?

As an aside, I am jeans shopping. Could be particularly bad timing given I've eaten my own body weight in chocolate.. Yowsers.


Cath @ chunkychooky said...

Ours was lovely. Busy thrilled with her loot- a computer ( leap frog leap pad- its great!) and her sticky tape dispenser as requested plus a whole lotta craft stuff- of course.

we had friends over for lunch and then went to some other friends place for dinner - all these friends are our chosen family as we have none close by and it was great!

Sarah said...

Like yours ours was super good as well (minus the 13 year old hissy fit - but we wont remember that bit).

Lots of family time, easy lunch, cruisy day - then lots more the following - nana naps all very good!

Now enjoying these lovely days and cruisy spontaneous activities : o )

Send the chocolates to me : o )

patchworkoncentralpark said...

Glad you had a great Christmas Lexi, spending time with family is the best part.
So much fun with littlies around enjoy your break. Have a Happy New Year.