Tuesday, December 17, 2013

The Polar Express 2013



Last week we attended a great fun, free community event at the L & N Train Depot. The day tickets went out I believe I honestly called the depot 357 times before reaching someone. It was crazy but I am always so glad to go! 


My sister and her family attended with us. Which is always a blast. Little Trace loves Charli so much. Not to mention both of the boys adore trains at the age. 


Isn't he precious? 



While waiting my sister found an extra ticket and gave it to us to just for keepsakes. Little did we know that ticket made Charli the winner of The Polar Express book. We tried and tried to give it back to Aunt Ash but she wanted Charli to have it and it made her night. 

The funniest thing is little ms. Honesty instead of just getting the book had to go into this huge explanation to everyone that we found the ticket, so at first it really did not belong to us. I could not help but to laugh because the depot worker was so confused and baffled on what to do, that she just handed the book over. 


Bryar loved being inside of the "choo choo!" He listened very intently to the book as Charli and Trace followed along in her new book.





When story time was over we were greeted by Santa to give the children the first gift of Christmas; a bell. Even though this was a free event and we were so thankful the Santa was out of this world fake, that Charli just completely ignored him. 
 

We let the kids go play for a few minutes then decided to go let them have cookies and chocolate milk. But by a blessing in disguise they were already closed up so we headed out to but our senior citizen angel gifts to cherish on Christmas! 

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