This year has been special to us, we have moved to our own home and all the while every year, I used to tell my kids that they will have a bigger Christmas tree for them once we move to our own home. So glad that this year their wish came true to set up a bigger tree and hoping for more beautiful things to come their way.
Even though traditionally we don’t celebrate Christmas but it is the time of sharing and giving, to join the same feel I used to set up a Christmas tree since Aayan was born. We decorated our first Christmas tree when Aayan was just 18 months. I felt so nostalgic going through the old photos and how blessed we are as a loving family.
He started to have a sweet tooth just like his dad and every other occasion has to be with a cake. We baked together while enjoying our holidays and here is the heart shaped chocolate cake for this cutie boy who wants to add his beautiful touch to cake. Well, don’t be alarmed with the art on his legs that was his new stamps which he tried on himself.
When Aayan started with his kindergarten, our Christmas tree was more of his crafty Christmas!
This little snowman has been with us from few years as he is his lucky charm.
We have been most of the time recycled our Christmas tree and decoration too. Year after year the Christmas tree still brings the same happiness and joy.
He wrote his wishes on a Christmas ball which was placed along with all the wishes across Singapore.
A letter to dear Santa with our wish list(it is hidden) can’t disclose it..Shhh! Santa is reading… Aayan asked me, Mumma what do you think? How I have been this year- is it like mostly really super good! For mumma you are extra special super good with a Star *.
Christmas “Thank You” note is already placed under the tree.
Our Christmas tree all decorated to brighten up our day and can you spot the”Santa STOP here”
At the last stop of this blog train, we will be visiting the host, Danessa Foo at PrayerFull Mum. Christmas is a time for families to gather and create new memories to hold dear to their hearts. Read on to find what Christmas really means to this Christian convert who came from a Muslim family.