Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Feliz Navidad

Joyeux Noel! 

Frohe Weihnachten!
Maligayang Pasko!
Merry Christmas in several Languages! 
 Happy family day. It was never brought to my attention until I married Jason that we celebrate Christmas on the "wrong" day. Hmmm I'm still not certain how I feel about th
at. Mexicans have Christmas on Christmas Eve, Christmas day is for sleeping in and eating. We stay up until midnight so that we can open presents..That's the way it has always been. 
I tend to think this works better for Jason so that we can visit his family in the Bay Area without feeling like we are missing out on anything super exciting. I love the way we do it (Mexicans). Next year we plan on being in Idaho with papa and mama q. and the entire gang. Now that's going to be a whole new experience for me and I can't wait. With watching the news and all we will probably get out of the Bay a week before. Geshh I can't imagine flying on any of these days! 

  Happy Birthday Jesus! Ohh that reminds me, we kept saying Happy Birthday Jesus last year and when we had dessert last year my niece and cousin (5) at the time said.. WAIT! Why are we not singing Happy Birthday to Jesus before we eat cake. It was the cutest thing. 

Enjoy Celebrating Jesus' Birthday with your loved ones. 

Ps. Please watch ELF.My favorite movie! 

Jason & Koko


Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas Karla!
love you guys xoxo

PS; we watched Elf last week ;]

Vince said...

Karla we're gonna try to be out in Idaho for Christmas next year and if we do then you and i should keep everyone up till midnight on christmas eve. and if they dont stay up we'll threaten to open our gifts at midnight anyways because we know no other way to do it.

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