Monday, December 04, 2006

CHRISTMAS PUDDING






















We don't eat Christmas pudding in our house. I'm the only person who likes dried fruit so I am deprived of the pleasures of Christmas pudding. Until this year when D chose a Christmas pudding costume to wear to give out gifts during the AMR Consulting Christmas party. Luckily he only wore it for an hour or so and changed before hitting the dance floor!

Elliot loved trying on the costume. Cait preferred being a reindeer.


(Oh, and the white bandage on Elliot's head? A meeting between a stick thrown by a friend and E's head. Unintentional. Lots of blood. Visit to the doctor. Bits embedded in his head. Anaesthetic. More dressings. Time off school. No swimming lessons allowed. One of the reasons boys shouldn't play with sticks!).

7 comments:

Penny said...

Hee hee! Love the costume. I'm so lucky - all my family loves christmas pudding so I made 2 this year. I wanted to eat it as soon as it was out of the oven! What a shame - I could have made you an individual one!

karen said...

aha, now I know why we don't eat Christmas pudding ... because Ken won't eat dried fruit. love Cait and Elliot in the costumes though - where's Darryn's version??? LOL
hope you managed to get a complementary Christmas pudding at the party.

Delys said...

Yep I wanna see Darryn in that costume Mel!
Love xmas pud do you have money in it?
Go you on the xmas party again!

Sandra said...

What cool costumes Mel. Bet you had a ball organising the party. Can I come and help next time...I love organising parties LOL.

Lynda said...

LOL re the stick comment, still haven't worked out how to stop my youngest though - he and sticks gravitate like magnets. Love the costumes.

Janine said...

love the costumes. Can't say I am a xmas pudd or xmas cake kinda chick. Ouch at boys ans sticks though.

Ali Dub said...

Loving those costumes Mel ... so what did you go as may I ask? Your kids are such crack ups .... love it!