Our first Irish Christmas

Sorry for the lack of posting. Life with three children was busy, life with four was manic, but five of them is pure mayhem!! 

The run up to christmas was typically busy, getting presents, food shopping, school plays and concerts and church services. 

A fake tree for us this year, and one that never really looked finished thanks to a certain little lady who liked to move the decorations and tinsel! 
The ikea advent count down lasted until the 5th December when Amelie and Maxi decided to eat their way through 40 odd chocolate coins. Will try again next year!! 
Mr Clev had a christmas jumper competition at work. Can you guess what he is?? 
Even Cora got in on the festive action in her little Rudolph suit. She turned ten weeks old on Christmas Day itself. 

Christmas 2013, our first christmas here in Ireland. Busy but great. 

We will be doing very little but battening down the hatches and relaxing for the next week or so until new year, Luis birthday, and back to school! 
Happy holidays!! Xxx 

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