A Christmas Story
It is never and I mean, never too late for a Christmas update.
I’m still working on changing things up a bit, but I couldn’t wait any longer to share this post.
Before I get into the juicy stuff, let me first share with you a few DIY gifts I did for family. Thanks to good ol’ Pinterest for these ideas.
These were quick and easy to make and everyone really liked them (at least we think so??). Well, who doesn’t love a smiley snowman or s’mores? Come on!
The other thing I made was for my oldest sister, Alayna (she is older than my other older sister, Sister Savings). We wanted to give her money as her present. Instead of a boring card, we spiced it up a bit with this gift bag.
Now, it was that much more fun for her to open! Did anyone noticed the same snowman theme we used? I just wanted to make sure I used the same template so I didn’t screw up the sizing!
It also happened to be Napoleon’s first Christmas this year and we made sure to include him as much as possible.
First of all, Santa brought him his very own stocking that found a nice home near our’s. Of course, it was stuffed with plenty of new toys and treats so he was extremely happy. He also got a present from Santa as well.
Though, when we tried to get him to open it (since it seems he likes to pick and play at everything we put in front of him), all he wanted to do was sit on it. Hmph.
He got a new blanket all for his very own! And he put it straight to use that day as well. Of course, he didn’t want to bore any of you, so he decided to do a bit of a magic trick with the blanket as well.
A completely camouflage kitty.
He needed a good nap too. The night before (Christmas Eve) he had a lot of fun playing the role of “Limp Bizkit” with my brother. I can’t explain it, but he just completely relaxes sometimes when people hold him (almost like a rag doll cat). So of course I did what any good blogger would do. I got it on video.
Watch the video for a very good laugh below. If you feel like skipping any parts of it (how dare you, but just in case), go to the 2:52 mark for one of my favorite moments.
Hopefully you enjoyed your Christmas (since it was so long ago!) and have had a few smiles and laughs from sharing about Napoleon’s this year.
Enjoy your week!