Wednesday, December 03, 2008

How to decorate for the Holidays

Hubby tells you he has a meeting the same night as you do.
Hire a sitter.
Go out to meetings.
Come home to find tree up and decorated as well as nativity out, "accents" all over the house.

Scratch your head to figure it out.
Realize your 5 y/old has channeled her "inner Martha Stewart" and has decorated for you.

With the help of an awesome babysitter--the tree is up and done, the Nativity is set out and all the little other things that I usually put up (and some that I don't') are up and all over the place!

Seriously--the kid hung mistletoe! (does she even know what it is??)

Can we do it again next year??


Marlyn said...

Wow! May I borrow your babysitter?
I don't need a babysitter: kids are 23 & 26, but I'd love to have her come over and decorate for me.

My kids? They're too old for that sort of thing.

Jadielady said...

Awwww how sweet!!!

Sophia said...

do you have a husband? you can still have a babysitter.


Dear "S" the babysitter, great job!!!!!!!

JoAnn said...

I thought the story was leading to your husband fibbed have a meeting and did all the decorating, but, wow - what a twist! That's great that they thought to do that for you.

Sandykins57 said...

A couple of years in a row, my step-daughter waited until we went to work, then decorated the house for Christmas. It actually made me angry because I wanted to decorate, too.

Janna said...

Think your sitter would like to drive to TO, watch our kids some time after Christmas and then take down the decorations - that is the part I least enjoy!!! :-)

Everything looks great!

Kellie Huffman said...

Story of my DREAMS! I wish someone would do that for me. My girls are actually old enough to do the tree and they want too so I can't complain too much.

*~sis~* said...

wow, totally totally cool!!! :)