Sunday, July 1, 2012

Make Every Day A Holiday

"Make every day a holiday!"
~Mama Hen

We are back in New Hampshire and having a fantastic time! On our way up we stopped at the Yankee Candle Shop in Massachusettes and had a picnic outside with Lolli and Gigi. The first thing we did when we arrived after our seven hour drive was head to the pool. Little Chick was so excited. Today we went to Santa's Village. We wanted to go the last time we were here, but they were not open yet. It was so much fun! Christmas has always been one of my favorite holidays and spening a day in this beautiful village was spectacular. There were fun rides, yummy treats and a 3D movie which was so adorable! There was Christmas music playing throughout the village and so much to do and see. It was such an amazing day!

Check out Grandama Hen and Little Chick's butterfly tattoo. So cute!Little Chick loved talking with Rudolph.
Little Chick made a shirt in Santa's Workshop!

Watching the 3D movie.


  1. What great adventures you girls have! Looks like so much fun!

    Have a WONDERFUL 4th!!

  2. Christmas is our favorite holiday too and this place looks super fun! I love the shirt Little Chick made! I may have to look this place up and see how far it is from our family up north, maybe we could check it out during one of our visits!

  3. You all look like you were having a spectacular time! I love the pic taken in the movie theater. :-)

  4. When my adult son was little we visited the Santa's village in the Mountains of Colorado. Simply beautiful and fun.
    Great pictures.

  5. Christmas in July- that looks fun! Glad you are having a fantastic time! I have an article for you and sent it to your email. Have a beautiful day!


  6. That Santa's Village looks like such fun! I love her reindeer shirt!!!

    I've been to Yankee Candle in Mass and it's a fun place too. Enjoy your trip!

  7. that place looks like fun and makes me think of Christmas...oh, I love it!!

    Enjoy the trip!



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