Saturday, December 11, 2010

It's Tree Time

Hark the Angels sing, the time has come for Christmas. Here's to my favorite part of the holidays, the tree! This Christan holiday is nothing without the ever so symbolic Pagan influnced Christmas tree. Adalina first eyed the tree and inspected the new addition to the house. Then she touched the branches and smiled. I think we have a keeper. With Christmas music pumping on the stereo, we decorated the tree. This tree was certified as Eco-friendly by an independent auditor and sold to us on a social entrepreneurship development lot. With no snow and no massive advertisting campagins, the trees in people's windows are the only reminder the holidays are here. Cheers to decking the halls and hearing the Angels sing!

Posted by Picasa

Friday, December 10, 2010

Gobble gobble gobble

Turkey time in San Francisco this year meant a live crab boil. We spent the day taking a walk in the neighborhood and enjoying time with friends.

This year we are thankful for having so much! Our family has grown in so many ways. Fausto and I got married, Elijah relocated to San Francisco and the Cookie was born. With our family we spent time giving thanks to all of the love and joy that we enjoy and appericate in our lives.  Our life is so wonderful because we have all of you in it. So this year we give thanks to you. Funny, it really is the little moments that make life worth living. Much love and happiness to everyone.  Happy thanksgiving. Hug yourself from us. Heres to the crab!!!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Balancing Act

Adalina loves heights and firmly believes that she should be at eye level with everyone. Not only does she smile and laugh high in the air but she also keeps both arms out to balance herself. Yep, she is a self taught soon-to-be tight rope artist. She also spends a lot of her time practicing the art of conversation. Don't be fooled by her drooling bubbles, she has got something on her mind and it needs to get out. I think it's Grandma Fager's genes in her.
Posted by Picasa