Thursday, December 24, 2009


Tonight, our family had it's traditional Christmas Eve snack supper...fancy cheeses, meets, special breads, chips, sweets, crackers, fruit, and whatever other good things we thought to add to the spread. Afterwards, we watched our traditional Christmas Eve movie, A Muppet's Christmas Carol, and then each child opened one gift. This year, the gifts were ones picked out by Super Daddy. The girls all got glow-in-the-dark bracelets (A and B are saving their's for the upcoming WinterJam concert) and the boys got short swords also filled with the glow-in-the-dark liquid. It was so cute to go in the darkened nursery just a bit ago and see Baby M's bracelet brightly shining on her little wrist.

Tonight has been a wonderful time for our family and I absolutely love being here, but I also couldn't help but think about my loved ones in Swaziland and miss them, too.

So in honor of them, here's a little African Christmas cheer:

Children's Cup Christmas Parties '09 from Paul Chasusa on Vimeo.

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