Back during the summer, I purchased tickets for the North Pole Express. I’ve actually missed purchasing the past two years. The tickers sell out quick, I was super excited when I scored a few for the family. Funny thing, I remember thinking I would let Judson hang out with my parents while we went, but he’s so laid back, that we thought he would actually enjoy the ride. And we were right!
BK was thrilled when we arrived at the train station and she figured out what we would be doing. She was a little confused when we were put her in pajamas to leave the house. She kept saying, I can’t think of any place we get to wear our matching pajamas to.
Christmas through the eyes of children has to be one of the best things. So much wonder and excitement, I just smile the whole time while watching their sweet faces light up during this season. It is so incredibly special.
BK danced with the elves while we were waiting for Santa to come visit. We stopped at the North Pole for enough time for Santa to see everyone on the train. There were pretty lights to look at out the window and plenty of dancing elves to keep everyone entertained.
BK loved getting to chat with Santa again and she informed that she wanted, whatever he wanted to give her or one Barbie doll. Jud was just enamored with the people in red holding him.
We ended the night with hot chocolate and muffins. But, of course, we had to grab dinner on the way home. I hope this is a fun tradition we can continue, and I can’t wait to see Jud up and dancing with his sister next year.
Well, maybe I can wait