Christmas in the Hills

After the little three days hike at the Prom, (I talked about it in my previous blog post, here) we headed back home, ready for a very long Christmas day: we had very big plans for the day. Initially, I didn’t plan to have my Camera with me, but then I realised it could have been a good idea: it’s nice to be able to capture these special Family moments.

And it was great! Everyone was so happy and relaxed!

I share few photos here in the blog as a little ‘thank you’ to everyone that contributed to make this Christmas so special. It’s amazing to be part of such a beautiful Community. Enjoy! πŸ™‚

The day starts with morning coffee at our friends Lauren and Theo, with their beautiful daughter Alyssa.

Baby Alyssa's first Christmas with Mum and DadDad helping his baby Daughter opening her very first Christmas presents.browsing through the Christmas gifts father and daughter browsing the 'first memories' book with your daughter at her first Christmas

One of Alyssa’s gifts was a hand written book with all the memories of her firsts months of life…and in the book were some of the pictures we took in different photo shooting sessions we had in the past few months!!! It was really exciting!

Merry Christmas from baby Alyssa 3 months old baby girl and her first Christmas

 

Lunch is at our front neighbours: Peta and Glenn, their three daughters, Peta’s Sisters and her daughters from New Zealand, Glenn’s Brothers and two nephews and one of them’s girlfriend. Yes, just few people.

Group photo for Christmas with a big family Christmas Group Photo getting ready for a big group photo for Christmas lunch in the family

We then have dessert with our back neighbours: Stewart and Caesar.

Bordeaux Mastiff male dog Bordeaux Mastiff portrait of a Bordeaux Mastiff sparkly rosΓ© and shortbread as Christmas dessert opening a Christmas presentself portrait at Christmas with a couple and their neighbour and his dog a very curious Bordeaux Mastiff dog looking at the camera

The end of the day is with Joy and Rob and with Rob’s Father who is 99 years old!

Christmas socks and Christmas lights The beautiful Australian Artist Joy Serwylo almost 100 years old writing an article for the local radio

 

Thank you, thank you, thank you everyone! It was a beautiful day and it would not have been the same without any of you! πŸ™‚

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4 Comments

  1. I love all the photos but of course I adore the one’s of my little granddaughter Alyssa ^_^

  2. Ruth Connor

    absolutely wonderful! I can see you all had such a good Christmas.
    A wonderful blog

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