My Baby Girl went to bed long before the festivities began. This was the only little girl partying with us and she had to play with a bunch of rough lightsaber-toting boys. Her hair is like that because she was forced to be Princess Lea.
Our 11th New Year's Eve together. We are not always this fun and festive. We are often heard saying "no," "stop it," "keep it down," "hurry and buckle up" and "flush please." My hubby thinks it is okay to squirt whipped cream into the open mouth of any nearby child so I guess
Glow sticks saved the night when we ran out of sparklers. They were great. They don't catch the yard on fire although they do cause fighting over "connectors" and a few got stuck in the trees.
My girlfriend would be horrified if she knew I shared with anyone in the world the game we played with the kids. Don't judge us.
Here we are right at Midnight watching the Ball drop. It is probably not the best idea to keep little kids under the age of 8 up until midnight. It is the next day that
This is what the kids drank. I don't think any of them actually drank it and I was too scared to try it.
I have no New Years resolutions. I will continue to try and not eat as much and keep a cleaner and more organized home. That is nothing new. Toys, kid's artwork and chocolate keep tripping me up.
I think I may be saying this for the last time in 2009 so listen up...
HAPPY NEW YEAR!