Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Christmas Past

Last Christmas, to be precise... Charlie's first:

13 comments:

Liz@Violet Posy said...

Oh that is such a cute picture, he's gorgeous. Can't wait to see this years :)

Emma Louise said...

Awww! I cant wait for Oli's first! How old was Charlie here? I'm curious to what happened next! :)

TheMadHouse said...

A lovley photograph. A magical time

Chic Mama said...

Haha......just you wait. This year will be a whole new experience. Lovely picture. :0)

Maddy said...

Goes in a flash doesn't it!

Teresa said...

There's nothing like a babies first Christmas- sweet

goonerjamie said...

Great pic. How many of those baubles survived?

Rebecca S. said...

Just discovered your blog through Calamity Kate's. It's great! I am in charge of the children's choir this Christmas which is forcing me to practise the piano in the freezing cold room in our house where it lives. I love carols, too and am building my collection of music. Love the photos on Bringing up Charlie, too!

The Dotterel said...

He has grand designs on the tree this year Liz... I'm not sure what it'll be like when Charlie's finished decorating it...

He was just under one, Emma. And I think there was suddenly something very interesting happening behind him after the photo had been taken... for the sake of the tree!

Magical indeed MH!

It already is CM. The tree is proving far more interesting now he can get his hands on it.

Can't believe another year's over Maddy.

You're right Teresa, it is very special. But somehow I think this year might be even better.

We got away lightly last year, Jamie. This year's a very different matter.


Thanks Rebecca! Delighted you like the blog(s) and stopped by to comment.

I think rehearsing a children's choir at this time of year is one of the most demanding jobs going... I'm glad I'm a mere singer, and not conductor, pianist or choir-trainer.

Good luck with the carols!

angelsandurchinsblog said...

One of those pictures that makes me realise I should be better at taking pictures. He is obviously entranced by all that bauble. Children and Christmas are the most perfect mix, particularly in the years when it is all magical to them, from shiny paper to cardboard boxes to jump in and out of.

Rebecca S. said...

And now that I have figured out how to follow your blog (by going to the other one about Charlie), I invite you to check mine out.

If only I could just sing in the choir, but they found out I could also play piano and then I was doomed...I'm off to the cave to practise.

Gypsy said...

What a beautiful little boy. Don't you just love the wonder in their eyes when they are so innocent?

Thanks for dropping by my blog and I will come back and read more of yours later. Have a great weekend.

Mark said...

Re comment on my blog - I will post some banjo soon - but only after I get in a bit of practice. My lad plays the Uke which I always thought of as a silly instrument , but I increasingly like it - evidently they are very trendy now too.