Bridget’s babysitter, Kathy, gave me directions to this house earlier last week and we finally got a chance to drive by the other night. It did not disappoint!
Can you see the excitement on their faces?? They had a donation box and all proceeds are given to Carrollton Santa Cops. I still remember when the Santa Cops came to my precious elementary school about 5 years ago. They gave a fabulous gift of their choice to every single child at the school (we’re talking 600!), in addition to a bag of other toys as well for the tyke to carry home. All us teacher’s couldn’t stop crying if we stepped into the gym at any moment during that miracle of a day:
This house’s garage door is completely transparent, showing a full winter scene full of moveable characters, trains, light shows, and animals. It was mesmerizing!
B heard the music blast out of the speaker right above our heads:
Isn’t this tree amazingly full of lights?!
This nativity scene was so impressive. In the second picture, you can see that it begins at the donkey and travels all the way down to the corner of the backyard, each character being relevant to the story of the Nativity:
What a fun, cost-free way to spend a wintery December evening as a family!