We were lucky enough to go to Nanny’s for Christmas this year! I was pretty concerned about Santa finding us, so we wrote many letters to him, and guess what, he did find us!
I was such a trooper during the 11 hr trip, Mom knows she has the best kid in the world! We left at 3:30 am both times and I only slept 2 hrs on the way down and 2.5 on the way back!
Nanny’s city offically has the best Christmas lights ever! We rode around lots of neighborhoods, we saw miles and miles of lights. One street even had dozens of overhangs “bridges” I called them, (PVC piping bent in a semi-cirlce over the road), so enchanting! I kept screaming “Oh, look at those Christmas lights!” I also sang all of Ruldoph and Jingle Bells, I learned those songs FAST!
I had such a wonderful time with my Nanny and the rest of the family. We played games, spent time outside, and just being together. I enjoyed lots of Nanny’s yummy cooking, her “skabetti” is still my favorite!
Speaking of favorites, Uncle Jesse is becoming one of my favs too! We spent lots of time together reading, walking, and playing Candyland (can you believe Mom got tired of this game?!?!?!)! He’s a pretty cool guy!
Christmas was incredible! I got just what I asked for from Santa: Spencer, books, and paper towels! I was quite excited about the paper towels! I think everyone’s favorite reaction was to the clothes I got, I throw the clothes and yelled “HANGERS!”
Grandpa sure loves me too, he gave me a lot of grown-up trains that he wants me to have when I get older. We were all pretty touched by his gesture.
I sure am a lucky guy, I have a pretty fantastic family who loves me more than I’ll ever know!