Thursday, December 24, 2009

'Twas the Blog Before Christmas


'Twas the blog before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a thought was worth writing, not even an ounce;
The chores were all done, not that anyone else but I would care,
And, the baby? St. Nick? Who was he? Why would she care if he were there?
Little One, fast asleep and sprawled out on her bed,
Was probably dreaming of playtime instead.
Hubby in bed and I with last minute presents to wrap,
could barely keep eyes open and in need of a nap!

Okay, I was trying to be ambitious and would have loved to finish this poem. Honestly, I have nothing of interest to share. I wish I did. I wish I could have written some rather poignant post of the true meaning of Christmas. I wish I had some really outstanding story to share. I don't.

I do have to say that I wish all my friends and family a very Merry Christmas. I do feel blessed since this year, we are celebrating Christmas as a family. This time last year, Little One and I were at Moutn Sinai Hospital, where she spent her first two months of life in the NICU. This year, we are at home on the Island with our loved ones. This is something worth celebrating and being thankful for.

We are also blessed with Lola and Grampy being healthy and Baby Bro being on the Island for the Holidays.

It's sometimes hard to see all our blessings every day, but I have to learn to appreciate things more. We have our family. We have our health. We have our friends. We have our home. We have our livelihoods. We have food on the table. We have our precious Little One. We have our lives. Sometimes we lose sight of these things.

12 comments:

J at www.jellyjules.com said...

It sounds to me like you have a full grasp of what to be thankful for, and the best meaning of Christmas. It's OK to want more sometimes, to get frustrated. But keeping in mind what's REALLY important...that's great indeed.

Merry Christmas, friend. :)

C said...

J:
Merry Christmas to you, Ted, Maya and Gen! Wishing you the best. xoxo

Dina said...

Have a merry Christmas!! Hope you and the familia enjoy some special time together!!

C. K. said...

That's beautiful, Chrissy. Merry Christmas, sweetheart.

jan said...

Actually the quietest Christmases are the best. Have a happy day.

Patti McK said...

Merry Christmas to you my friend! I hope you have a wonderful holiday with your family! Savour every minute of it, and spoil that little girl rotten, becuase after all, they're only little once! Hope Santa is good to you all! xoxo

ρομπερτ said...

Interesting indeed, to read, that thoughts have weight.

A blessed Christmas for you all.

Karen MEG said...

That was a pretty good effort with the poem - really it was!

This is a tad late, but wishing you, hubby, and your precious little girl a wonderful holiday with your family.

caninecologne said...

hi c - after all the drama of the last year and a half, i've realized that the best thing to celebrate in life is being with my family...not taking them for granted. i hope you and your family had a wonderful christmas. we are having fun with the pooping candy reindeer you sent us. :)

and oh my god, can you believe this...the word ver is:

HYMEN

seriously.

C said...

Hi everyone!
Thanks for the Christmas wishes! Hope everyone had a great time celebrating the Holidays with family and friends.

Canine: HYMEN! I almost hurt myself laughing! As for the pooping reindeer we sent Bert...You're going to have to take pics! I didn't realize it was a "talking" reindeer. What does it say??? Did TC's second gift arrive??? I hope so!!

caninecologne said...

hi c - the talking reindeers says, 'oops, oh dear', but it's all muffled. sounds like those drive through voices...or a 'Peanuts' grownup. ha ha.

we will take pix for you.

also, the 2nd gift hasn't come yet but she loves the horse stamp set. thank you so much!

word ver:

sibitha

hotmommy said...

hey girl- hope your christmas was a great one. we left you a message on your voicemail we got your card. thanks! talk to you soon ok?

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