Everybody joined in even the littelest one, at the level of his capabilities
the rolls of paper, the glue, pens and pencils, and all sorts of seasonal items, mostly found in our backyard were parts of various crafts, recipes, gifts and so on.
New traditions were created, and old ones came back very welcomed by the oldest who were able to participate further into the fun
while the new participant was mostly doing what he does best: exploring with all his senses this new activity
During all this month, no trays were set, no planned activities were scheduled, my little loved ones just enjoyed and lived the moment as it went on. They just took it all in, with all their beings.
and they are just thrilled about it.
In the end of it all, isn't that just what matters?
To all of you in this season of celebration, I wish you love, time and happiness, 3 things that I feel are the most important. Whether you celebrate Christmas, New years, Hannuka, or other celebrations, may you have the time to feel this thrill I see my children having, and may you realize it's importance.
Thank you for presence in this blog. Thank you for all the nice comments I have been receiving lately, without having the time to address a proper response (semester is finally over yipee!). Thank you for being there and reading, for your inspirations, for your guidance.
Merry Christmas! And a wonderful new year.
See you back in 2012 :)