Thursday, January 23, 2014

It was a Christmas Day

Hello, dears
Hope you all are well and had a lovely Christmas with your Family and friends. We've spend here a couple of joyful and magical weeks enjoying our preparations to the Christmas Day. All presents were wrapped and all yummy dishes were made. The most joyful thing for me about Christmas? The happy faces of my kids :0)
Here are some Christmas' pictures for you:

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Table centrepiece made by my eldest daughter Maria!

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Our cat looking for his presents checked the labels :0)

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Christmas Morning!

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Homemade biscuits by kids :0)

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Handmade snowflake by me.

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Homemade biscuits again :0)

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I've painted the new figures for the Nativity scene this year.

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Biscuits made by kids :0)

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More Christmas Tree decorations baked by kids :0)

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Welcoming wreath made by my little 7 y.o. son!

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My son made this paper ornament with lovely Danish lady Oda Wiedrecht.

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All our best and warmest wishes for the coming weekend to you all and many thanks from our Family for your kind and nice wishes, congratulations and comments :0)
With lot of love from cold and snowy Moscow
Natalia & Fam.

10 comments:

moonstruckcreations said...

What wonderful joyful photos, looks like you had a marvellous time with your family.

Happy New Year!

Helenxx

Jenny Woolf said...

What lovely pictures! And charming and lovable faces of the children! The cake looks so pretty, and I guess the kids were involved in making the little biscuits? I
It's also very nice to see a hyacinth putting out its beautiful pink flowers. I think your Christmas is a bit later than ours? somehow those couple of weeks make a difference, because I don't know anyone who has spring bulbs here at Christmas.

Natalia Glazacheva said...

Oooh yes, Jenny the kids made the biscuits and not some but all of them even for the Christmas tree as the decorations :0) All I was needed is make the dough :0) And you again right about the Russian(Orthodox) Christmas it's a bit later than yours, but hyacinth could flower in any time of the year. All you need is prepare the bulb for the 6 weeks before flowering. Preparation: +15 dgr C, little water and darkness( it could be your fridge)

Erna said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely photos...I enjoyed them.
Hugs from a wet and dull Amsterdam
Erna x

Alessandra Poggiagliolmi said...

meraviglioso!!!!!!
xxxxxxx Ale

Nadezda said...

Наталия, красивые фото и красивые дети!
С наступившим вас годом 2014, всех благ вам и семье!

Janneke said...

Such a lovely pictures of your family in Christmas time!
Have a nice weekend, keep warm!

sky-blu-pink said...

What a wonderful festive decorated house! I love the picture of Belyash by the tree, and Luca is growing so quickly! All the cooking you and the children have done for Christmas - most impressive! Looks like you had a marvellous time!

Draffin Bears said...

Beautiful photos Natalia and loved seeing all your gorgeous Christmas photos. Your children are really adorable and isn't it fun when they can bake biscuits and make decorations and things.
Wishing you all the very best for you and your family for 2014
hugs
Carolyn

My Little Home and Garden said...

I love all of the wonderful homey touches for your Christmas celebration. I hope the new year holds plenty of happiness for you and your family, Natasha.

-Karen