Four Hens and a Rooster

Tag: traditions

What Lies Do You Tell Your Kids? Monday night I posted a question on my Facebook page asking the question “does Santa wrap gifts in your house”. It’s a question I ask people every year and I’m always fascinated by the huge variety in answers. I’ve deduced that for the most part, it’s a Northern/Southern thing. Santa wraps in the South but not in the North. In our house, it’s always been a hybrid… or dependent on how much timemore

Heather and I met via Twitter a few years ago and have been fast friends since. She’s one of the core BWTs (Broads Who Tweet) and is one of the funniest, caring and giving persons that I know. She continuously gives back to her community and church and nothing is more important to her than her family. You can’t be in the same room with Heather and not immediately fall in love with her. It is 70 degrees outside, somore

A tradition we started in PA 8 years ago to help the girls pass away the time until Christmas, has grown larger every year. This year was no exception as we welcomed over 20 kids (and a few brave parents) to our house. I love watching how their houses have changed over the years as well as watching the ones that started out with a Gingerbread person a few years ago finally “graduating” to a house.  Due to my poor chickenmore