Advent

We are two weeks away from Christmas and excitement is growing in our house. This past weekend we drove out on the logging roads and cut down a Christmas tree. Our house is lit with candles and smells like Douglas fir. We have a very excited three-and-a-half year old. The Great Christmas Tree Hunt of… Continue reading Advent

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Christmas 2017

Happy New Year! Back in October, or November, I intended to share a little about how our family is adjusting to life with two little ones. But I never seemed to have the time or energy to sit down and write a post...so that probably tells you what you need to know about life with… Continue reading Christmas 2017

Snow Day (and other Christmasy moments)

We don't get a lot of snow in our part of Canada and when we do it tends to melt away pretty quickly. Despite seeing snow in the forecast, it was a lovely surprise to look outside this morning and realize the white stuff really was coming down. Pearl's seen snow just once before in… Continue reading Snow Day (and other Christmasy moments)

Christmas-y

Christmas is a little different around here this year. We are thinking about traditions - ones we have and love, ones we want to implement in our family. Christmas will look a little different again next year and the year after that. A couple of weeks ago, we went on our annual Christmas tree hunt.… Continue reading Christmas-y

Christmas Comes to Halfmoon Bay

It's feeling festive around here. Last Saturday, this was my view while eating breakfast: That's right - the first snow of the season! (Hey, that's a West Coast winter for you.) It lingered briefly and is now not much more but a distant memory. Maybe we'll get some more one day. It was a slightly… Continue reading Christmas Comes to Halfmoon Bay

A Coastal Christmas

As mentioned previously, Peter and I went nowhere this holiday. It was the first Christmas in ten years that I haven't travelled and it was wonderful. Instead, our family came to us and we got to enjoy this amazing bit of the world we call home. It looked like this: Our Christmas tree. Christmas Eve… Continue reading A Coastal Christmas