12.29.2014

Halloween to Christmas: Holidays 2014

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The holiday season is almost over.  And I realized I hadn't even posted about Pumpkin Carving. So here's a busy (lazy) mom's overview of our celebrations since October, mostly so I can remember them next year. Especially if there's any debate over who had the best pumpkin.

Oh, and our little Viggo is three month's old today. Three! How did this happen? I go to work next week, and am terribly sad about it. I did not expect to be this sad. So wish me luck for an easy transition, where I don't cry at my desk (more than once a day).
For the first-time ever, the husband won the carving contest with his Lincoln. And no, I did not select him as winner because he gave me a baby, as some suggested. I think everyone else just dropped the ball.
Viggo is already learning about the judging process. It's not easy to pick a winner, little guy.
Pumpkin carving would not be complete without chili.
This year, the husband organized our friends to put on a second Koncert for Karine. It was actually called Kristmas 4 Karine and Baby Viggo, and featured holidays carols and tunes. Although I laughed at this premise, just like the first time around, it was a sweet and cozy way to kick-off the holidays with our friends. We're lucky to have a group of talented musicians, singers and poets among us, and enough folks willing to listen and cheer them on. Viggo and I thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
And of course, our favorite get-together of the season is Xmas Eve Eve. This year, we made fresh pasta and wild boar ragu. We drank lots of rum punch and wine. And Viggo was showered with love (and many gifts!) by our family of friends. He's still getting the hang of posing for photos, but I'm sure by next year, he'll be a pro. 
Hope you had a memorable holiday season as well. Next year, we're planning a little trip north, where Viggo will get to experience a white Christmas. Here's to 2015!

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