I hope you all have a very merry Christmas, or a Happy Hanukkah or a merry Chrismahanukwanzakah.
Amelia and I had the funniest conversation earlier. It all started with her understanding of Christmas and Santa. Her first concern was the fact that we don't have snow. I told her we don't get snow at Christmas (Yes it's true, my child has never seen snow) but it's okay we still have Christmas. She persisted with the idea that we needed snow for Christmas. When I asked her why, she explained that Santa needs snow for his sled. If there is no snow, then his reindeer can't land with him and his sled on the roof. (She also pointed out that our roof is not flat so he couldn't land anyway. I skipped over that point.) I think I've finally convinced her that Santa will show up and she will get some presents for tomorrow. Right now all presents are in hiding in my room, Anthony is constantly trying to disassemble the tree I can only imagine what he would do with wrapped presents, so they won't come out until after bed tonight.
So anyway, I hope you all have a happy holiday! I'm going to eat good food and have a good time, and be ready to hit the treadmill the day after Christmas. :-)