Gotta love having Santa visit in July!!
Unleeeeeess, you’ve been a naughty moose.
But I convinced Santa I changed my ways! No more butt in the ice chest. No more trying to steal the golf cart. No more trying to get on the hayride.
We had a great time last weekend!
It all started with our usual list of activities – Debbie and Brooke have fun stuff to do every day – all day! THIS weekend though, they loaded up with Christmasy stuff . . .
Like making Santa hats at arts and crafts!
And playing field games, and having a snowball-waterballoon toss,jewelry making, parent/child horseshoe tournament and lots more!
By the time it was Sleigh Ride time . . .
okay, HAYride time . . .
my little campers were asking Tami and Debbie and Brooke over and over and over again when Santa was coming.
Tami said, “Soon! I just talked to Santa and he’s on his way down from the North Pole!”
Debbie and Brooke handed out kazoos to distract us.
We played them on the Sleigh Ride to help get everyone in the whooooole campground in the Christmas Spirit. Although the Moms and Dads kept putting their hands over their ears.
I wonder what that means?
Finally, after supper, it was time! We all gathered at the campground entrance to wait for the Big Guy himself.
I asked Tami, “When will we know when he gets here?”
“Oh, you’ll know,” she assured me.
Because Santa arrives in style!
While Santa sat and talked to every little camper here . . .
We played lots and lots of carnival style games, run by our teen volunteers!
And I can’t forget the lazy man s’mores!
We were all having so much fun with Frosty,
that we almost forgot about the handing-out-the-presents thing!
We all lined up and listened carefully for our names . . .
Imagine! Christmas Presents . . .
From *gasp* Santa, himself!!
Hanging out with Santa never, ever, ever gets old.