KayCee & Ella – Christmas cards

The piles of goodies are growing, the wish lists are getting longer and the excitement is building. Anyone would think Christmas is the on the way!

The girls wanted to make a start on writing their Christmas cards last night and I knew it would keep them quiet amused for ages so I happily agreed!

KayCee made a list and they both sat on the floor working their way through it.
Ella just wrote her name in her cards, put them in the envelopes and put a Christmas sticker on the back of each one. KayCee wrote on the front of the envelopes and added them to the pile.
They worked really well together.

When they got in from school tonight, the first thing they asked, after they’d got changed, was whether they could write more of their cards.
We have a huge family and they have loads of school friends so I can see this activity taking the next few nights!

We have a few more Christmas activities in the pipeline when they’ve finished their Christmas cards.
We have to make the Christmas cake, some salt dough tree ornaments and we’re going to have a go at making some cake pops. We’ve never made them before and we need to practice before we take some to my mum’s on Boxing Day. We go for a buffet tea every year so I can see all my family 🙂

You can be sure I’ll be back with photos from each activity!

3 Comments

  1. christinemosler 14th November 2011 at 1:17 pm

    You put me to shame…I am useless at organising the card writing thing! I shall try really hard to follow your example! Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Shell Louise 11th November 2011 at 10:04 pm

    Class lists make things so much easier. They usually give them out at the start of December. At least KayCee will be able to check and make sure she hasn't missed anyone!

    Thanks for stopping by 🙂 xx

  3. Nicki Cawood 11th November 2011 at 10:02 am

    Wow, you are organised!!!
    I must ask Kieran's teacher if we can have a class list to work from for his cards!

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