Christmas Rewound

I realised I've been so slack with the blogging lately that I didn't even share about Christmas and some of the lovely things I was blessed with this year! My favourite part of the Christmas celebrations was having my Joshua spend it with my family. I had assumed that my shiny ring was my Christmas present, and having already sharked my retro radio almost a month before, there was really no way I was anticipating further gifts. He picked me up from work on Christmas Eve with some chocolates in the glove box, saying "Sorry it's a little bit lame, I just wanted you to have something for Christmas. Oh, and I ate some of them too. Sorry." Christmas morning came and he had managed to sneak in a little present. A super sweet 1920's musical jewellery box - housing the missing chocolates. Gosh, he's a good sort!
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My aunty gave me this teapot which I simultaneously love and feel slightly scared of. You have to remove the rabbits head to put the tea inside, and she pours it out of her hand. Awesome!
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And in keeping with the bunny themes, Joshua's sister Erin gave me a notebook from Rebound Books of Bunnies' ABC. The illustrations are divine, and because it already feels well loved it doesn't feel like the type of notebook I have to be particularly precious about. That's always nice!
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My lovely mum gave Joshua and I a picnic basket too, but made sure to pop some extra goodies in there to make it that little bit special - like the glass painted salt and pepper shakers that remind me of being 10, and country themed mugs, and a very tasteful fleecy picnic blanket. Thanks, Jules!
How were your collective Christmases? Hard to believe it's already been several weeks!