Christmas at Home… Just what we wished for!

We got our wish… No sickness here and Christmas was spent and home, all together.  Mia and Harvey went to bed like a dream on Christmas Eve after leaving carrots and chocolates out for Rudolf and some chocolates, a can of Lemonade and Pizza! for Santa (MIa insisted that he had ”Take away” produce so that he didn’t stay in the house too long).  Christmas morning began at 6.30am with Harvey waking Mia and her being sick (with fear) because he said Santa’s been here which Mia heard as Santa IS here!  After a quick calm down Mia and Harvey both got stuck in unwrapping a massive haul of gifts.  They both got everything that they had asked for and more… it took at least an hour to unwrap Santa’s gift and there were lots under the tree from friends and family too (which we saved until the afternoon).  Harvey and Scott rocked out on Guitar Hero for a few hours and Mia and I cooked the dinner and hung out with the swimming baby, the doctors kit and Peppa Pig and her friends!  There was also lts of dressing up, Ballerina, Snow White, nurse and Moustaches!!!

It was a brilliant day!!

The next 2 days have been spent playing with new toys, running around the house and watching lots of TV.  Mia’s intensification starts on 2nd Jan 2009 so it’s going to be a quite New Years Eve for Scott and I and then off to Southampton on New Years Day for us two girlie’s, hopefully just one overnight stay then back on the Island with weekly trips for the next month.  I will keep you all posted. 

Happy New Year to everyone XXXXX

6 Responses to “Christmas at Home… Just what we wished for!”

  1. Gin Says:

    Just to say, thinking of you- again, our daughter Charlotte is 2 weeks younger than Mia, and from what you say about her they would get on like a house on fire!!! Still remember with fondness our Tiger days, take care and i’ll write again soon
    Gin

  2. Tessa & Harry Says:

    Michelle, Scott, Harvey and Mia……So glad that you had the christmas that you all deserved….you all show amazing courage to soak up the good stuff and move on from the bad …..

    When I am done with the mince pies I will be on a mission for the race for life….any chance of a piggy back Michelle??!!……Really, there could be no more of an inspiration than a certain little lady with buckets of cutiness!!

    I cannot tell you how much you will be in my thoughts for the New Year as Big Ben does his thing!!

    Lots of love to you all and Happy New Year… Tessa

  3. Tessa & Harry Says:

    I forgot some of these – xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  4. Gemma Says:

    Nice moustaches! How very distinguished!
    MERRY CHRISTMAS – love you lots and lots.
    Auntie Gemma.
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  5. Grandma Says:

    Hello Family,

    I’m really glad you had exactly the Christmas you hoped for, smiley faces, rock and roll and time just to be together and play……..lovely.

    Love you all loads.

    Grandma XXXXXXXXXXX

  6. Anne Martin Says:

    Hi Mia & Harvey

    Looks like you had a fabulous time and Santa looked after you very well, so pleased you were all well for your Christmas Day, Gary and I weren’t quite so lucky and had the Flu bug still better it was at our house and you stayed fit, looking forward to seeing you in the New Year.

    Good luck Mia with the next visit to Piam Brown, say happy new year to all the doctors and nurses from Nana

    Love you both loads

    Nana
    X

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