Thursday, 16 December 2010

Baby's first Christmas


My daughter lugged a Norfolk Island pine home a few days ago, baby in the bjorn on her stomach, pine in a pot on her hip. Determined, would cover it.

Fifty bucks, at the local market. Stands about our height, smidge over five feet.

So, today we decorated it.
Nothing OTT. Or schmaltzie.

But I think it went over well.

13 comments:

Woody said...

Worth every penny :-)

Dina said...

I don't usually like the word adorable, but it is the only one that will work for this post. :)

jabblog said...

What a beautiful child :-)

Lynette said...

Glorious! Thanks for sharing.

Janice said...

Sweet photos. They brought a smile to my face.

J Bar said...

Cute.

Mark Bellamy said...

lovely photos. Norfolk pines make great chrissy trees. You look like you will have a lovely time next week.

brattcat said...

Oh, Julie, this is the reason we must continue to try reconciling our global differences. Right here. This is what it's really about...this civilization thing.

Jack said...

20 years from now you, your daughter and your granddaughter will all treasure thiese pictures.

Joan Elizabeth said...

What fun to have a little one to share Christmas with.

diane said...

She is so alert! She will make Christmas special for you all.

JM said...

These are lovely, Julie! I especially like the top shot.

Ann said...

Awwwwwwww. Growing quickly. I'm off for 2 weeks from Christmas - want to catch up?