Daisy’s magical Christmas holiday

January 15th, 2019 | Posted by Daisy in Homework

Our Christmas celebrations began on the one and only Christmas eve. Ginger bread men were baked and iced with silly faces, obviously Mum made a trifle and cooked a delicious ham .We also went to the christingle service and sang a lot of joyful carols. That evening it was into our lovely PJ’S, drink a yummy cup of coco and then we laid out santa’s goodies. Of course I went straight to sleep after hanging up me stocking and finally the morning arrived and it was CHRISTMAS day. Just then I remembered my stocking I turned, looked and presents poured out of my stocking but the day had just begun!

Nanny and Grandad joined us for Christmas breakfast. I ate chocolate crossaints, then it was time to open my mountain of presents, horray! My favourite was my new tablet. That afternoon we sat down to a special Christmas dinner. I love the roast turkey and apple sauce!

We had lot’s of  lovely lazy days playing with our new stuff but we also visited Lacock Abbey to see the festive trees and went horse riding with my cousin Katie. I rode Pip and Misty. Even Albert had a ride, he wanted to go fast.

We saw the New Year in with a trip to Longleat to watch the fireworks. The music made me dance and run about like mad. I saw all the red pandas. They were having their tea. We walked around the pretty festival of light and got lost in the maze. I stayed awake till midnight. Happy New year!

The 2nd of January was my birthday! We went to play at a big farm play barn and then had a big roast dinner at Toby carvery which is the most delicious place in the world. It was getting dark so we went home and everyone sang happy birthday and we ate unicorn cake.

Well that was a fun holiday, sadly it had to end just like this recount.

 

 

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