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December 21, 2012

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"The Girl Not Wearing The Pretty Holiday Gown" Hahaha! That was my daughter the first year of preschool. I was like "whoa! I missed THAT memo."

Ha! I will never again hear Jingle Bells without thinking "cocktails". Merry Christmas.

Bells on cocktails sure do make the spirits bright.

Cocktails sure make my holiday brighter. I'm for Caroline's version.
I, too, will probably never sing that correctly again. Awesomeness, Caroyine.

That song is forever changed for me now! Complete awesomeness.

Congrats on some morning awesomeness. I believe this congratulations is perhaps due Steve, as if I recall correctly he once wanted more morning sex. Perhaps he should have switched to glasses way back then!

Bells on cocktails....love it! But we needed a picture of the Brett Favrelet and the Girl Not Wearing the Pretty Holiday Gown....

How does Caroline stack up against this choir member?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ihQuiyV-lXU

Surprised by Caroline? Not at all. Amused? Oh, yes!

Laughed so hard reading this that I almost woke the baby.

Well, cocktails DO make spirits bright, so there you go!

And all hail time at home with the offspring elsewhere! It is the best!

I'll never listen to Jingle Bells the same way again : ).

I call that particular type of singing, 'making a joyful noise.'

Warmest holiday wishes to you and yours, Julia.

My four year old came home from school...catholic school...singing "Santa Claus is comin to town" and included the phrase "so be good for Christ's sake." And I corrected him and reprimanded myself because I know just where he got that turn of phrase...probably not at school.

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