The no bake cookies are perfect for her because they are easy to stir. She helped me measure out ingredients and count scoops. She also added the sprinkles.
Santa ended up with a Barbie cookie, a chocolate cookie and a glass of eggnog. Green plate, red cup of course! I hope Santa appreciates these details! We did not however have carrots for the reindeer. I completely forgot when we were at the store and I think Mike would have drawn a line at leaving a bag of frozen veggies under the tree.
Oliver and Fiona got Reagan a My Little Pony. Oliver was relieved that she liked it.
Reagan sets the Sleeping Beauty walking horse on the floor, taps it with the wand to make it start walking and says to it "okay horsey, follow me". It was the funniest! No, the funniest, was when she turned around to look at the horse and he was walking the other way and she got this irritated look because he wasn't right behind her!
Reagan has always had great facial expressions, but its her comments that crack me up! She opened this gift and said "Oh, they are beautiful My Little Pony dress ups. I will send them a thank you letter!"
I don't know if you can tell by the pictures, but the amount of wrapping paper that touched the floor was exactly one little scrap. Mike had the trash bag out before the first rip of paper. So now everything is out of their boxes and being played with. She is so excited to have new toys. Mike and I this year decided not to get each other anything but we did get crab legs at Costco for our Christmas dinner. YUM! And no, for those of you wondering, we did not get a White Christmas. It is sunny and the birds are chirping. Which is actually better because the last little bit of ice left over needs to melt. We learned the hard way that it pays to get out there and start shoveling!!