Tuesday, December 11

The Christmas Tag - Meme

I've been tagged by the lovely Mandi from Hex Mum and Elizabeth from Where Roots and Wings Entwine in this new meme - The Christmas Tag, which is a list of questions about Christmas which need answering.

So here goes:



Q1. What's your favourite thing about Christmas?
The build up with Emmy, seeing her face when we put all the decorations up and watching her  get over excited every time she sees all of the Christmas lights when we are out at night.

I also love wrapping the presents up, making them look all pretty with ribbons and bows and popping under the tree on Christmas eve.

Q2. What's your favourite make up look for the festive season?
The same as always - No need to change just because it's Christmas is there?? or am I missing something lol.

Q3. Real or fake tree?
Pre-animals and children it was a rel tree, now I'm practical and hate the mess so fake all the way!

Q4. Giving presents or receiving them?
Receiving of course.....only kidding - Christmas is all about the kids so giving presents

Q5. Do you open your presents Christmas morning or evening?
Morning...We are far too impatient to wait, infact Paul and I always open a gift each on Christmas eve ourselves as it's a busy evening preparing everything for Christmas morning.

Q6. Handmade Christmas cards or bought?
Home made always even pre-children.  This was last years cards - Hand and Foot print Reindeer and we are mid way through this years cards.

Q7. What's your favourite Christmas film?
Any, I love all the Christmas movies, infact we have Christmas24 on our TV most afternoons at the moment.  Emmy is beginning to love them all too.

Q8. What's your favourite Christmas food?
Cold Turkey and salad cream sandwiches or cold meat, mash potatoes and pickles on Boxing day.


I am now tagging Liz over at Hart of the Munchkin Patch and Cerys over at Toddling into Madness to join in with this Christmas meme.

My Christmas Angel

1 comment:

  1. Reading the first verse conjures up an image of the newborn baby Jesus of Nazareth resting peacefully in the manger and the cows calmly standing there become ordained online 'twitching the sweet hay'. 'Twitching' describes a jerky movement,

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