Have you ever thought about what people might think if they saw what goes on behind-the-scenes at your house? Do you ever wonder what it would be like to catch a glimpse of someone else’s daily life? Here’s your chance.
Today 12 bloggers are inviting you into their homes to be a Fly on the Wall. Some, like me, are inviting you for Round Two!
If you missed my first post you can read about it HERE
Welcome inside the home of Raising Reagan ~
“Mama, where’d Pia go?” She searches frantically for Pia, her magical elf that visits her everyday. “Go find her honey, I’m sure she’s not far.” The two year old leaps like a gazelle off her really tall bed and goes bounding down the stairs. “Pia! Pia! Where are you? Mommy, there…there she is!” Reagan spots Pia on top of the entertainment center. “What is she doing mommy?” a curious Rey asks.
“Looks like she’s taking a bath honey.”
“Pia’s dirty! Water too hot Pia? No, ok. Enjoy your bath,” Reagan says to Pia. Did my daughter just ask her elf if the water was too hot? How cute is that?
Today is Christmas present wrapping day. We are rocking out to Christmas music, enjoying the glow of the Christmas Tree lights and being a family. But first Reagan and Brian are going to have a little bit of fun with the rocking horse! You can only imagine that once daddy sat on it Reagan was not going to have much more of that!
Reagan decides that she is better suited to wrap all her toys and babies in wrapping paper. And..if she can pull it off, herself! Once she dumped all the bows and wrap out of the plastic container she tried with all her might to stuff herself in. She nearly succeeded. I was super impressed.
Finally the tree has some presents underneath it and it doesn’t look so bare! But…there is still shopping to do. And a large pastel kitchen to build. Hubby’s not very excited about that task come Christmas Eve but Reagan is going to be thrilled!
After the presents are wrapped and we’ve had it with the Christmas music we have dinner!
Slow roasted Spicy Pork Sliders
Ingredients:1 1/2 lbs boneless pork loin 1/2 cup ketchup 1/4 cup honey 1 package Slow Roasters Pork Seasoning Mix 1 package King’s Hawaiian Rolls
Place all ingredients (minus the rolls) into a crock pot and cook on low for 6-8 hours or once pork is at internal temperature of 165 degrees, pull apart using a couple forks. Mix pork in with the sauce in the crock pot until thoroughly coated. Serve on King’s Hawaiian rolls and Enjoy
At the end of the day we settle in to watch a favorite Christmas movie.
Today has been a good day!
Now..get out of here and click on these links for a peek into some other homes!Baking In a Tornado The Insomniac’s Dream Stacy Sews & Schools Raising Reagan My Brain On Kids The Sadder But Wiser Girl Moore Organized Mayhem Follow Me Home Just A Little Nutty Esther Norine Designs I’m Just Saying…Damn! Chewylicious