We don't have any Christmas decor up at our house, since we are leaving for the states on Dec 12th. I didn't feel the need to put up a tree and lights and all that, just to take it down a week later. But, we still are in the spirit around here. Here's a few pictures to prove it:Here's all the kids in playgroup posing in their Christmas finest. Mal is in the back, on her "throne". She's the baby of the group, and the only one who can't sit up on her own yet :)Isn't she just the best present?Every girl needs a tutu!My Christmas Cutie!
Mallory and Mommy with Santa at the Japanese Culture Club Christmas Party. She was the hit of the group with many "kuwai's" (cute) exchanged over and over. I think that might be her 1st word, she hears it all the time!
Mall's Christmas dress that Mom spent far too much on when we were in Florida. But don't I look so "kuwai"???
Our culture club group
On Dec 1st, Yokota held a base wide Christmas tree lighting. It was fun, and Mallory's first Christmas "event".Mal and Daddy at the lighting.Mal all snuggled up in her carseat cover. She looks snug as a bug in a rug. I wish they made these things in adult sizes!
Santa came by firetruck and was milling around the parking lot, so here's M's first Santa picture. Doesn't she look thrilled- ha!
Our little stocking stuffer- looking more like a grumpy elf.
The yummy dinner I cooked after the tree lighting. Yakisoba noodles, gyoza and edemame. I think I'm "turning Japanese"!
We miss everyone and can't wait to see you soon!