Sacha meets Santa, I'm not sure what he was thinking. Luka was into it!
this is the Semi-truck that comes along with 200 carolers Christmas Eve for the past 23 years
boy it feels like this month has gone by so fast....
the boys arrived, we played, we went to the L.A. Zoo -
the festival of lights,a birthday party, an almost adult Cocktail party, a few movies, one at the famous Le Capitan Theater in Hollywood we saw Santa Clause 3 with a live show before the movie, we had an Christmas Eve Party at yaya's with the famous parade that goes through her neighborhood, Christmas at our home and all the kids went to the Griffith Park observatory that they just reopened after going under a 4 year renovation. and today they came over to hang out with us this new years day.
Today is the last day I will see the boys. I will miss them, I'm not sure how their mom has been without them for this long.(Thank you Eddie for sharing them with us) I really enjoyed them. It is nice to see how they have acted while they where here. They were not a bit shy, people commented on how they talked back when spoken to. (Here kids tend to be very shy and don't answer back when spoken to at least in our experience with kids) The boys never seemed to be cranky or tried. They hardly cried. (Mine- at least my youngest, I knew when it was time to go) They didn't even seem to miss home. Well today Sacha was talking about going to "Sacha's Home" and wanting to see "Sacha's mummy" I think Sacha is ready to go HOME. These little boys must be tried they have been non stop since they arrived! It was sad to say good bye to them. I will miss having little boys running around and I think my girls will miss them too. They got a hint of what it would be like it we had more siblings around. Rick and I were talking and I think that is we did have boys they would be very similar to these like boys. We just loved them!