What better way to celebrate the holidays than being with family, friends and of course having your favorite drink? 😏 I mean, what is a party without a pequito le turn up? Yes, that is a mixture of Spanish and French. I am trilingual. You mad or nah?
Hannnn. This year we hosted Christmas at our house with my side of the family. Traditionally, we spend Christmas Eve at my in laws baking cookies for Santa with the chil’ren, playing our favorite card games while eating the best seafood boil ever and sipping on our favorite dranky drank. We spent the night there to be awaken early in the am by the same said chil’ren who want to open up their Christmas gifts. Works out perfectly because once they are done opening gifts, we head home take a tiny nap and get prepared for the night time festivities.
Christmas day my parents and siblings come over to exchange gifts and partake in family fun! This is our second year in our home and I really wanted to get extra fancy with a formal table setting for everyone breaking bread together.
You know, put some stank on it! I will have something for everyone – my mom doesn’t drink, my dad loves a good vodka or tequila, my husband only drinks dark liquor and my youngest brother drinks ummm whatever (when you’re young, you can do that.) Unfortunately, my oldest brother and sister in law decided to move across the world to the east coast right before having my nephew! 😞 Thus, they weren’t be able to join us this year. Thankfully with technology we were able to FaceTime them to make them feel included in the festivities.
Here is the table setting for Christmas dinner. How did you make your holidays extra special?
Love in the details..