Mind? Of course not. But... what to do then, on New Years Eve?!?
That year, we purchased the Wii as a family gift. So the four of us stayed up until 5am competing against each other at bowling, golfing, and all sorts of other games. And the kids loved it so much, that we've continued that tradition every year since.
This will mark our 4th annual New Year's Eve Wii-petition. And with a few more games in our collection, this looks to be one heck of a challenge this year if we see if anyone can finally beat Daddy at golf, the boy at bowling, the princess at Balance Bubble, or Mama at Rhythm parade.
We combined our lantern-decoration from last year with the clocks, and added just a few more clocks from the thrift store.
On the tray with the pocket watches, instead of the glass beads we chose to use vintage buttons this year - and I really think it added just a bit more "oomph" to things.
In our kitchen niche, we did almost exactly the same thing as last year... simply adding the new year to the back of last years' paper "2012" to get one more years' use out of the pretty shiny brown cardstock.
THIS number display, he suggested we hunt for items at the thrift store and within our house to create a display of "Things with twos, zeros, ones and threes."
Happy New Year everyone!!! How are YOU spending this evening?!?