we would like to invite you no. 5
Rachelle Wilde from KenziePoo
Rachelle is the wonderful voice behind Kenzie Poo, a magical blog for mothers with young children, full of ideas, suggestions, tips and addresses. Inspired by her pregnancy and in search of wonderful things for her baby, she began the work withKenziePoo. Rachelle lives with her husband and her daughter Kenzie in Boise, Idaho in the United States.
… enjoy the cheerful Christmas tour with Rachelle and her family…
+++ What is so special for you at the Advent and Christmas time?
Christmas is so special to our family! Growing up my family was so big on Christmas, so I want to carry on the tradition and make it important in our Family! This is my husband and my fourth Christmas together and our daughter Kenzington (Or Kenzie), this is her second Christmas. Last year Kenzie was only 7 months old, and didn’t really get to enjoy her presents, although she loved the wrapping paper! Kenzie is 19 months now, and she is understanding more things. Looking forward to her opening her presents this year, and enjoying them!
+++ Do you have a Christmas tradition?
Yes, we have a Christmas tradition. We get new pajamas every year and wrap them up and then open them on Christmas Eve! We of course wear them that night!! I love this tradition, because we all go shopping for our pajamas together! It is such a fun family outing!
+++ Do you have a Christmas style?
Not sure what my Christmas Style would be, I feel like it changes every year!
+++ What is your favorite memory as a child about Christmas ?
I would have to say my Favorite memory as a child would have to be when my family would go to my Grandma’s old Farm house for Christmas. I remember waking up on Christmas morning being snowed in. Luckily, we weren’t snowed in for long!
+++ When you place on your Christmas tree and how it is (he) decorated?
This year instead of buying more ornaments I wanted to be a bit more crafty, so we dressed the tree’s with Pom pom’s, postcards and cut out fabric. Normally, we only have one tree for Christmas, but this year my husband surprised me and bought me a real tree for my office!
+++ What do you do on Christmas Eve.?
We have such a special Christmas Eve tradition. My family goes to our Church’s Candlelight Service. Then after the service we go home and eat our Enchilada soup in these amazing bread bowls! Following that we open up our Pajamas we bought eachother! This makes for lots of memories and so much as a Family!!
Dear Rachelle, thank you for your little magical journey through your Christmastime. As a child I got always -to my great delight- a pajamas for Christmas … maybe I’ll share next year your tradition with us. Warmest regards to you and your loved ones.
I love this! Such a wonderful blog (and family)