Saturday, 28 December 2013

Boxing Day With My Nearest and Dearest

For as long as I can remember Christmas has always been a family affair at my grandparents house.

This year we all got together on Boxing Day to have Christmas Number Two, dragging out the celebrations for as long as we can. 

I Am Wearing
Dress – Jack Wills

Someone’s eyeing up the trifle… It turned out Beatrix was more interested in the cheese board, particularly the stilton. Is that normal for a four year old?

This is by far my favourite time of year, purely because it’s one of the only times all the family reunite. 

‘Everyone look at Grandma lovingly!’

J’aime mes cousins. 

My mum is pregnant! So overly excited!

Santa’s little helper assisted in the present opening. It’s typical that children are more enthralled by the wrapping paper rather than the actual presents.

Christmas = absolute mess and chaos. But no one cares! We get right in there with the present opening. It’s a serious business you know. 

This one managed to follow the camera wherever it went and appear right in front of it. Cheeky!

Christmas is all about laughter and realising how much the people around you really mean to you. I love capturing the real and natural laughter shots. 

Beatrix attempted teaching us a game called ‘the burping dragons’. We still have no idea what the aim or purpose of this game is but there was certainly a lot of pointing going on while instructing us! What a bossy boots.

I hope you are all having a fantastic Christmas (I refuse to believe Christmas is over already).

Send 2013 off with great memories and welcome 2014 with excitement and optimism. Happy New Year!

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