They really have done a great job out there. The lights are beautiful, and despite the cold, we were so excited. We followed the signs…
To Santa’s hut.
We got in the relatively small line to get a picture with this really great looking Santa.
Karl and Mirah.
Seriously though, isn’t he a great Santa? Mirah is going through a hair phase, and I thought she would love his long beard.
Anyway, she had a doctors appointment last week, and up to then it seemed she would go to just about anybody, which apparently she shouldn’t be doing at this point. She should have developed the whole “stranger danger” reflex by then. Well, I guess she has now met that developmental benchmark!
I mean, as long as she loves me!
With Mirah settled down we looked around at what else was going on. We headed over to the horse drawn sleigh! Ok, it was a hay ride, with no hay.
Us with the Clydesdales.
She loves her dad.
And her dad loves her.
We went to Zupa’s for dinner for hot sandwiches and soup.
We had FHE when we got home. We sang Christmas songs and watched a movie on lds.org about the Savior. We told Mirah all about Christmas for the first time. It was the best part of the whole night. Hears to Mirah’s first Christmas season!