Sunday, November 21, 2010

Christmas is coming like real sooon! (; in about one month's time! or prolly a little long. Really hope that I don't have to work late on Christmas eve. I'll be real real sad ):

What would you like for christmas?


presents under the Christmas tree


amazing cookies to chomp on


a cute little snowman to spend christmas with


A little hunk to spend christmas with


hot chocolate with girlfriends (;


New ugg boots?


true love


a pink christmas tree.


for me, I wanna go home for christmas. so no overtime for me on new year eve pleaseeeeee!

I found something cute that  I'll like to share with you guys if you all are intending to have a christmas partyyy! Its real cute!


Invite little ones to count down to Christmas with this charming treat-a-day calendar

Wonderful things come in small packages. This hanging Advent calendar assembled from baby socks is full of great things, and it's the perfect way to mark the season for a baby or an older child. A collection of stray socks or a mix of new ones in festive colors looks adorable dangling from a ribbon along a mantle or railing. Stuff each mini stocking with an age-appropriate toy. Then, starting on December 1, take down one sock a day, and let your child pull out the surprise inside (clip socks back onto the ribbon after gifts have been removed). The 24 days before Christmas are sure to sail by.

Tools and Materials
24 socks
Number stickers
Round stickers
Mini clothespins
Calendar How-To

1. Gather 24 socks -- singles or 12 pairs -- in colors that go well together (vary the sizes, if you like). Lay them out in the order you want to hang them, leaving spaces in between.

2. Cut the ribbon to the desired length; to find how long it should be, measure across the row of socks and add 12 inches (ours was 72 inches).

3. Use number stickers to label each sock. If one has a busy pattern, place the number on top of a solid round sticker so that it's easier to read.

4. Tack the ends of the ribbon to a railing or mantle; if you like, you can fasten the ribbon in several places to make a few swags.

5. Use mini clothespins to clip the socks to the ribbon; overlap them if you need to save space.

6. Tuck a gift inside each. If the item is heavy, use a larger clothespin to secure the sock.

Note: Gifts must be small enough to fit in tiny socks but safe for your child's age. Choose bath toys, pacifiers, or blocks for a baby; pencils, notebooks, and toys for an older kid.

Happy happy christmas to come!