Not To Be Trusted With Knives

{December 27, 2007}   Reporting from the Nation’s Capital

I’m now on the second leg of my Christmas tour – at Sarah & Dave‘s place in Ottawa. Tired and should go to bed soon, but first I thought I’d show y’all a few Christmas photos.

Like this one, a picture of my niece with the stuffed Quatchi1 that I gave her:


And here, she’s tucking Quatchi into the new bed she got for Xmas:


And this is my sister’s boyfriend, my niece and I, looking out the window of her new playhouse. The house is about 3 feet tall2, and was packed with all the toys she got for Christmas, which she carefully placed into this house before insisting we join her in said house. Translation: it was rather crowded.


OK, Beth sleep now. Beth will blog more coherently tomorrow.

Update: For the record, I’m in Ontario, but my blog timestamps using Pacific Time. So I’m really not going to bed at 9:40 p.m.

1Aunt Beth, spreading the love of Quatchi eastward!
2Disclaimer: I am completely useless at estimating heights.

Stacia says:

I think your niece is adorable! I love the picture of her tucking in the big hairy guy (I’m bad with names)! I didn’t get to see my cute nephew this year, so please post more pictures of your niece!

Beth says:

Ha ha ha… the “big hairy guy” is named Quatchi – he’s on of the mascots for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. He’s a Sasquatch.

Sorry to hear you didn’t get to see your cute nephew this year! I’m so glad that I got to spend time with my niece – she’s a total sweetheart!

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