This morning before the girls awoke from their slumber I got busy cutting strips of scrapbook paper and gluing them to a big piece of black paper. I left the shorter, more manageable, pieces for Elise to do. Then we stuck a star on top and hung her new paper tree on the wall! On Sunday afternoon, when she wakes from her nap, she will find, in her little toy mailbox, a special treat just for her and a sticker to decorate her tree with. Everyday, until we leave for Slave Lake, there will be a new sticker and a different treat in her mail box.
1. Christmas Orange
2. Coupon for a hot chocolate at McDonald's
3. Crayons and a colouring page
4. Play dough
6. Lolly pop
8. Canvas and paints
9. Christmas book
10. Juice box and a sticker
12. Christmas music
13. Nail polish
14. Mini chocolate bar
15. Tea bag, mug, and a sticker
16. Ornament for the Christmas tree
17. Play dough
18. Candy cane
19. Christmas movie
20. Ice cream cone to decorate with green icing and candies as Christmas tree
And what about Tori? She can't speak yet, but she sure knows how to make her wishes known.
She wants bananas! The little one goes crazy when she sees a banana, and we ate them all! Poor girl has to settle for Cheerios and peaches for breakfast.