It’s that time of year again! Here are some of my favorite selections for little girls. I have it on good authority that Santa will be leaving some of these items under our Christmas tree this year.
On Saturday we will celebrate Anna’s third birthday. Today, we will take a stroll down memory lane of birthdays past.
I can’t wait to show you all pictures of number three. This is going to be the best one yet!
For the next upcoming weeks, I will be doing a gifting segment called Tis the Season. Each Tis the Season post will be filled with ideas for all of the special people in your life.
Today, I am kicking it off with kids. They are what this season is all about right? Ah, to see Christmas through a child’s eyes. I will never forget when E was two, and she came downstairs from her nap (she used to take four hour snoozers, so we picked that time to trim the tree) and she gasped out of sheer excitement for our beautiful tree. Of course, I shed a few tears.
This year it’s Lou’s turn to really “get it” for the first time.. and I can’t wait. as you can see, last year, she was less than enthusiastic.
Make your little tikes happy with some of these picks. Check out the kids’ gift ideas that made it onto Kiki’s List:
Everyone was running scared of the Salmon clan this weekend. Luckily E was able to recover in time to enjoy some of the festivities that we had planned. I, on the other hand, was benched. I was so bummed to miss out on Halloween with my girls. I have not eaten in two days, and there seems to be no end in sight.
Here are some pictures from the Halloween parade on Friday. I know that I have sung her praises before, but did I mention that my mother-in-law is also a talented seamstress? She made the girls’ costumes. While 99% of the population has no idea of who they are, these are some big characters in our house. E is Merliah Summers from Barbie and the Mermaid Tale and Anna is Toodee from Yo Gabba Gabba, of course.
Concert Tickets- $200
Yo Key Chains-$20
Tour Tee Shirts-$60
The look on their faces…. Priceless.
Last night we took our #1 fan to the long awaited Yo Gabba Gabba Live Concert. What a fun family night. Now, I am a sucker to watching my girls experience new things. I actually cried because of the sheer joy on their faces at Disney on Ice. Back to Yo- the girls loved it and we all danced the night away. Sadly enough, all of the parents knew the songs better than the kids. Yooooooooooooo Gabba Gabba!!!!!!!!!
We met Bella and Gigi for some burgers and fries beforehand.
Spent $100 after five minutes of entering the concert.
Mommy and DJ Lance Lou.
E’s kitten-like dance.
So Yummy! So Yummy!
Time to say good bye.
Check out this family’s adorable shirts.
Biz was awesome. I think the Dads were more excited than the kids… “Oh Baaby Youuuuuu!”