Also on Saturday, we headed to Georgetown, which is a cute nearby town to ours, to participate in their "Christmas Stroll". It is a fun festival with delicious food vendors, fun entertainment, and even a Bethleham Village. The Bethleham village allowed us to step back in time to experience the village as it was when Jesus was born. They had many different "shops" that were interactive for the children. There was a local toy shop, grain mill, bakery, perfumery, dye shop, coin shop and stable. Luke ABSOLUTELY loved this as it made all of the stories about Jesus that we have been sharing with him this Christmas season so real. A lady even made him a "baby Jesus" doll at the Bethleham toy shop that he just didn't want to put down. At the back of the village there was a live nativity, with actors/singers who shared the Christmas story. Luke wanted to stay the entire time to watch it.
|Luke takes a break with Grandma and Grandpa at the Georgetown Christmas Stroll.|
|A Family Picture in front of our tree.|
|Luke and his friends, Dylan, Ford and Krystal, waiting with excitement for the firetruck.|
|Luke is excited about the sucker that he will not get to eat.|
|Bye Bye firetruck and Santa!|