Family and food photos from Christmas day. I tried to add some healthy treats to the lollies and chocolates on the table.
Blueberries and watermelon “stars”.
Grape caterpillars with black icing eyes. Grandma had to eat most of the heads of the caterpillars ‘cos the children were very suspicious of the evil looking eyes lol.
Cheese, pretzel and “smartie” reindeer.
Strawberries and cream and again the black icing eyes, again the eyes had to be scrapped off before the kids would eat them.
cherries dipped in chocolate, dried apricots dipped in white chocolate and crushed pistachios (yummy – my favourite) and some reindeer bark (dark chocolate with crushed candy canes – not so healthy but fun).
Now a few family photos –
As you can see one little grandson loves “Woody” from Toy Story but when he unwrapped his hobby-horse he was not so keen. It was a bit scary 🙂 I hope he gets over it and can have some fun galloping around.
Smallest grandchild really enjoyed ripping the gifts open – more fun than the gifts 🙂
This grandson is just the right age to really appreciate Christmas and Santa and the excitement of it all.
Bye for now,