My traditions followed the way of Myer. I always admired the christmas windows as a child, they took my little breath away. My dad would take me whenever I visited him in Melbourne, we would drink coffee, and wander around the city. I was so little, and sipping my Babychino and watching Melbourne's CBD go by, I felt so grown up. I loved it. I loved it so much that I knew as soon as I fell pregnant that it was a tradition I wanted my child to enjoy. Her first two years of life we visited the Melbourne Myer Christmas window and my heart swelled as Audrey stared on, amazed. This year we made some big changes. One being our move to Brisbane, and her dad and I deciding to no longer be together. Despite this, the our odd little family headed off to the city. Her dad and I keep a wonderful relationship still, and the three of us had an amazing time.
I got bearded
Audrey's dad got a call, and he too was bearded.
Then, Audrey. She giggled, then sighed 'Muuuuum!'
After the Christmas window we ended up at the Brisbane Christmas tree.
Audrey's mind was blown by the size.
We posed for a nice photo, and Audrey ate the beard. I like it.
Just how every Christmas should be.