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Discussion in 'Saxon' started by Sammi951, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. Sammi951

    Sammi951 Member

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    So, how did you fella's enjoy your first Christmas's with your new baby girls?
     
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    valanx Room of Angel

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    For me it was amazing, i was really looking forward to Christmas with our baby from the moment i found out Julie was pregnant. (which was november the year before lol) Last year we would talk about being in a new house with a baby next year. Its such a blessing that all these things came to pass without any real problems....(apart from not having internet for a while grrr lol)

    She was great, it was funny trying to get her to open stuff. We went to see family at my mothers during the day and she was in a great mood really happy, must have been really strange getting lots of presents and not knowing why. Later on it was madness in our house...In the front room all these cuddly things and colourfull plastic things that wouldnt stop talking, singing beeping and flashing lol !

    Ive always loved christmas and my Dad always told me how much he loved the Christmas's when i was really little, its nice to kind of live those things he told me about. If you get what i mean!
     
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    Yep, you will come to curse people for buying stuff that makes a racket, in the next few years! :lol:

    Aww, yeah, I do know exactly what you mean :) Christmas is brill when your kids believe in Father Christmas, 'cos you are so intent on them believing in it, you almost believe it yourself! :) I did tell Jake to be a good boy and go to bed early, or Father Christmas wouldn't come - but he wasn't having any of it - just looked at me like I needed a psychiatrist :cry: Mind you, he is 13...lol Glad you enjoyed it all anyway, make the most of it while it lasts :)
     
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    Interesting, I had forgotten what it was like to have a baby in the house. My other two kids are older (Aidan, 16 & Kassandra, 9) and the entire Christmas experience is much different with them.

    Unfortunate, Keira is only a month old, so she basically slept thru the entire process.

    Thanks for asking!
     
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    My place was a mad house as well.my eldest is 4 and youngest 2 so the hole house was pink and full of dollies,bikes,toys etc.The funny thing was they kept looking up to the sky and thanking santa:lol:
     

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