Saturday, December 25, 2010

X-Mas Dinner 2010

Hello, I'm Metin Leander - who are you 
Hello to you all from Metin Leander. I’m here with my Family in Norway. We will have X-Mas Dinner together for the second year in a  row. Last year I was only 2 months, so I do not remember…
Ingelin and Leander in Kitchen
I’ve had a Cold for more than 4 weeks. Now I’m very Hungry.
Leander and Kitten
I think I will remember this sweet little Kitten. A gift for me?
 X-Mas Table view
Here you see the X-Mas table. I did taste all the different food. Very good.  And nice for a hungry boy like me;-)
My mother at Table 
Even my Grand Grand Mother was hungry. She is more than 90 years older then me. But we are both born in October, as most of my family. Uncle Niklas was very sweet to me, as allways.
Seb wanted this scene - well 
Here you see Anna and my playful cousin, Sebastian. I think they both likes me very much. I like them.
Grand Grandma Coffee 
Here is my Grand Grand Mother. She is 91 years old. She likes me and I like her. She needs a Wheel Walker. I could also from time to time need one.
My Mother need some extra for her open Soars
She has some open soars, so she got some large, new footwears. Is she a Polar Bear mum?  
Ingelin und Kaya 
Here is mum and dad. They are very proud of me, and I with them.
Rasberries - from Summer Garden  
I love the Rasberries from Grandpa and Anna’s Summer Garden
Santa has arrived
Then came this person in Red and White. I learbed his name is “Julenissen”. A pity cousin Sebastian was in the rest room ‘cause he was so very nice and brought gifts to everyone. I like him.  It’s said he is orginally from Turkey. You know I have family there too…. 
An Ocean of Presants
All of a sudden “Julenissen” had to go, just before Sebastian returned from the rest room. Well, he left an ocean of gifts so the two of us forgot him – he might come back next year?Sebastian with Helicoptre 
Cousin Sebastian was very pleased with his new Helicopter. It did crash a lot, but it still can fly… He saved my head as well.
Metin Leander like our X-Mas Tree
I also liked the green tree with all the different, colourful decorations and lights.  I think they called it  “Juletre”. Strange it is, I’ve never seen such trees in the forests?Metin Leander and Sebastian playing in bed
Every good and unforgetable moments comes to an end. I played with cousin Sebastian for a while, before we left – and Grandpa’s bed.
Oslo - Close to Sunset - Dec 24 - 2010
By the way, it was a very beautiful Day in Oslo. But a bit to cold for me to play outside. See you next X-Mas?

PS. Grandpa took all the Photos. I just helped him pick them out and told him what to write. We are a good team. And I agree with grandpa: Do not use flash if you can avoid it.

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11 Comments:

Blogger Expat Traveler said...

Oh what a great Christmas report!!! I hope next year our place will be that full with lots of little ones too!

December 26, 2010 12:21 am  
Blogger Sandee said...

You and grandpa work very well together. What a fun day indeed. Good for all of you. Dinner look wonderful.

I'm so happy that you all had a great Christmas. Big hug to Tor and Anna. :)

December 26, 2010 3:40 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YEs, we had a great celebration together! A lot of fun for little and big ones:) Ingelin

December 26, 2010 11:56 am  
Anonymous claudie said...

what a marvelous Christmas, Leander!!! You have a such marvelous family!!! i remember the place you took the pictures!!! It looks like i am with you when I admire your photos!!! what a beautiful traditional costum your mum was wearing! All looks so fairy! You had really a magical Christmas!
Petit bisous aussi au chaton si mignon!

December 26, 2010 11:57 am  
Blogger Maribeth said...

What a wonderful report of your family Christmas time! I felt like I was there!

December 26, 2010 2:11 pm  
Anonymous Lifecruiser Travel Blog said...

So you had a wonderful warm family xmas together, how great! Ingelin is very pretty in her bonad as usual and Metin Leander is a super charmy boy indeed!!!

I hope no ones got any colds any more.... they say the flu is really bad this year.... yuk.

December 26, 2010 7:08 pm  
Blogger Shionge said...

What a feast, what a colour and what a wonderful joy ...Merry Christmas to all "D

December 27, 2010 1:54 pm  
Blogger Ginnie said...

How very-very precious, dear Big Little Boy! You are growing up right before our very eyes. I'm sure your Grandpa is very delighted whenever you are around. Thank you for showing us what your second Xmas was like.

December 28, 2010 10:58 am  
Blogger Maria said...

Thank you for your comment on my images ! Best regards to you too. And I agree about not using a flash if it is possible to avoide it.

December 29, 2010 12:43 am  
Blogger OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

What a darling adorable Christmas Post, dear Tor....Such sweet pictures and how dear is that sweet little Leander? Oh My! He makes my Heart go "Pitter Patter".....Wishing you all a Very Happy New Year...May 2011 be a truly Blessed year, my dear...

(Pictures of that BEAUTIFUL Plant coming soon...I have been having trouble with my computer....)

December 31, 2010 4:26 am  
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December 31, 2010 4:26 am  

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