Saturday, 28 December 2019

Christmas Round Up 2019

Phew it's been a busy few days.  Monday was spent going over to my daughter's house and collecting the chairs they'd hired for Christmas dinner.  I also had to sort out a puncture which was annoying but done fairly quickly.

Tuesday we got everything together to take with us.

Things like extra plates, bowls, large cooking pots etc.  Basically anything that was going to be needed for the Christmas dinner that the girls didn't have!

It took a while, but eventually we set off.

Nathan was so excited to see his Grandpa.  He also thought it was hilarious that we all had the same PJs for Christmas.

The Doctors set we bought him was a definite hit.

After present opening on Christmas morning it was full steam ahead with dinner prep.

Catering for 12 takes a lot of work but it was definitely worth it:

Everyone seemed to enjoy the food and I think Vicky was pleased with how it all turned out.

Boxing day was definitely quieter and yesterday, after returning the hire chairs we headed home.

We managed to video time Noah and his parents.  Noah clearly had a good time with his other Nanny and Granddad - they wore him out lol

And Rory seems to have got over the jet lag that had him waking in the early hours of the morning!

So we all had a good time.  I hope you did too!


  1. Great photos! I LOVE the matching pajamas! What fun! The food looks great and I'm sure it was loved by all. Thanks for sharing the fun, Wendy!

  2. All credit to you for writing a post. I had my son and his wife here for a few days which was lovely but then both grandchildren ill closely followed by their mum and dad. I have been cooking at my house and then going to my daughter's to help out there. Today i said goodbye to my son and d-i-l and have now brought my grandson over from my daughter's as I reckon it is easier to look after him here. Not sure at what point I will collapse in a heap somewhere!


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