An Osbiston family Christmas in pictures – 2018

As is tradition. Here is how the O’s spent their Christmas as a series of pictures.

I made my first ever gingerbread house from scratch

I’m not very good at decorating so it looked like a haunted crackhouse but I had fun

On Christmas eve we all wore matching PJs

Little O was extremely excited that we were matching

Elves!

I think I did well on the gift choices

Little O was up at 6am for present opening. I got to wear one of his superhero capes and mask

I got very spoilt by my boys!

When we got to the O Seniors, Little O got to try out his new scooter

He got so many gifts he didn’t know where to start. The O Seniors bought him a kitchen.

And he got a very elaborate train set from his uncle… which I think Mr O Senior enjoyed playing with as much as Little O

We broke from tradition and had a homemade curry feast for our Christmas dinner. It was delicious!

The O boys enjoyed a big cuddle

And Mr O and I kissed under the mistletoe before we all retired to bed for a big rest

14 Comments

  1. Looks like you all had a great time, Abbi. Our grandson loved his kitchen a couple of years ago, but this year, he is Toy Story mad. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Best wishes, Pete.

    1. Jack has been cooking me all kinds of strange combinations of food in the kitchen. He’s a big Toy Story fan too!

  2. This looks like a very fun Christmas. Your posts always have the best photos.

    1. Thank you! We had a really special day!

          1. Iโ€™m thinking of doing a sexy post to wish everyone a good time. And Iโ€™m definitely going to be doing more movie reviewing soon.

  3. dominicself

    Merry Christmas! I love the matching outfits and the gingerbread house is amazing. Am a little concerned about the slight hill in that train set, though. I hope you have a small village station there just in case trains are unable to make it up the hill and you have to switch to a model rail replacement bus service instead.

    1. Thank you! I think the house is going to be an annual tradition. Of course we had the rail replacement bus ready for the reenactment of Parr: The Agony and the Ecstasy!

  4. The gingerbreadhouse looks amazing! My first attempt certainly didn’t turn out that well.

    1. Thank you! I learned a lot doing it. I think it’s going to be an annual tradition and next year’s will be much better!

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