Now that Halloween is over it's time to start thinking of Christmas gifts! I don't know about you but there is always a pretty big stack of beautifully wrapped (at least the one's my husband wraps) books under our tree. Every year I make a wish list for my husband and he makes one for me.We don't always stick strictly to the lists but we don't stray far. I thought this year I would share our lists with you!
Years after a tragedy that left them broken, Tressa and Chris find new hope in the magic of the holiday season. Stranded together after six years apart, they must at once face the tragedy that divided them and find forgiveness. Sprinkled among the heart-breaking memories are moments of pure joy - and isn't that the magic of the holiday season?
If my mother in law were alive, she would of kicked my ass this Christmas. Pictures were of the utmost importance to her. I'll agree that they are important and I have tried to capture memories via my camera lens as often as I can. I recently got a new memory card for my phone. … Continue reading Christmas Fail
Yesterday Daniel and I took Mason to see Santa. Knowing that two year olds can be shy when meeting new people, I had a plan. We have been reading Christmas books about Santa since December began. We've watched Christmas movies about Santa. Mason has colored in Santa coloring books. We've sang songs about Santa. I literally … Continue reading Not Santa
Summary from Goodreads: Chris the octopus was content as could be under the sea. He knew nothing of Christmas or holiday cheer. That was until, one day, Santa Claus lost his famous hat … and it found a new home on Chris’ head! Paul Mattingly and F. Andrew Taylor tell the illustrated story of what … Continue reading Book Review “Christmapus – The Christmas Octopus” Paul Mattingly / E. Andrew Taylor
Tales of Christmas in the South, is a collection of three short stories. Enjoy laughter, tears, and the magic of Christmas in volume. Including the never before published, Miniature Desires. Spinster Ms. Stallworth has a hard time with the modern world. Bombarded with tacky blowup Santas and inconsiderate children, she dreams of being part … Continue reading Book Review for “Tales from Christmas in the South” by Caren Rich
This is the second book I have read and reviewed by Pamela Jane. The first book "Little GoblinsTen" was an adorable Halloween book that my son loved! To see the review click the title. Summary from Goodreads: From carolers to snowmen to stars, everyone's favorite Christmas characters sing, shiver, and shine their way through the North … Continue reading Children’s Book Review for “Little Elfie One” by Pamela Jane