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    I did a few chores, had coffee with a friend and then went to work for the afternoon. No major celebrations here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sariele View Post
    Yep, we're in England and both our families in Aus, so it was just the two of us and DS. Presents and Skype in the morning, then DS had his lunch and went to bed, we had our turkey breast, then played on our computers waiting for him to wake up. Then a whole lot of not much during the afternoon, just DS doing his thing while I did a few chores and DH played Xbox. Normal evening routine for DS, and leftover turkey and ham sandies on the couch for us just now.

    A very boring Christmas, really, but that's just the way it is when you live so far away from everyone.
    We should have had an orphans Christmas together!

    Ours was pretty similar. Woke up and did presents with DS then went to the park to ride is scooter. Home for nap and DH and I cooked Christmas and ate when DS woke. Walked to a friends for a drink and some dessert and now home watching Pitch Perfect and DH passed out on the sofa next to me. I enjoyed it though, it was nice just being the three of us and able to do our own thing.


 

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