We decided to go out to a cafe for a change of scenery this weekend, and we ordered a couple of cappuccinos and a hot chocolate (with slagroom, of course). I'm all about warm drinks during the winter, and while tea is my usual go-to, I won't turn down a tasty cappuccino.
December 8: Decoration
This Christmas Cat has been around as long as I can remember. It's something I remember sitting on the stairs every Christmas during my childhood. To be honest, I'm not sure if I nicked this one from the ornament boxes before I left home or if my mom let me take it. So Mom, if I nicked it, I'm sorry, but your grandson keeps making off with it and hiding it in his bedroom, so I think the cycle is complete.
December 9: Tree
Since we weren't sure what future Christmases would be like but I wanted some sort of tree, last year I purchased this tiny little tree. It only stands about a foot tall and has non-breakables on it since Little Man likes to rearrange the decorations every few days, which is also why our angel looks a little tipsy. For now, the tiny tree works for us, and at least I don't have to worry about a cat climbing up it.