The moment December came knocking, snow started to fall in Honeycomb Valley.
The residents were all too happy about their winter wonderland and took their lovers iceskating…
…or their little ones to a snowy park. (Honeybee riders! Can you imagine how happy Honeycomb Valley was to receive those?)
But the best thing about December has to be…
Christmas! Snowflake day? Nah, For the Honeycombers Christmas is Christmas.
That warm Christmas feeling set in on the afternoon of Christmas Eve when the teens and kids left school in a jolly good mood! The holidays had finally arrived! Presents, good food and, most importantly, no school!
Kyra and Holly decided to spend the cold afternoon at the park, and asked their classmates Logan and Trisha to come along. In the park they ran into Logan’s best friend Jeffrey who was there with his friend Ruby. The more the merrier, especially this time of year, so the six teens spent some time together having a snowballfight.
Logan and Kyra also tried to do some spins together on the ice.
At 7, it was time for everyone to go home.
The next morning Kyra’s brothers were up very early. It was Christmas after all! To make sure they wouldn’t break the whole house down, Jacob took his twins to the beach behind their house.
Kyra stayed at home. She had… umm… something else to do…
Nathan was too restless for this job and made a snow angel instead.
His brother Nick, sister and father built a great igloo though
After many hours on the beach, the Cook children and their dad were very cold and went back to the house, where dad played a game with his boys
While Lucy started the preparations for their Christmasdinner
Lucy had to go in rather soon, because she wasn’t feeling very well. And at Christmas! Poor Lucy…
Despite feeling ill, Lucy still managed to set the table in time for dinner.
And from the parents to each other
The next Christmas day began at the Harvey family house. Charlotte was up very early to start cooking. She may be a master chef, but cooking a fancy three course dinner for a family of nine is quite a job, even for her. So, she started early, still in her pyjamas.
The kids were especially happy everyone was on time, because as soon as the whole party was present, it was gift giving time!
Despite there being plenty of seats on the sofas, the gentlemen all decided to sit on the chairs at the table…
Then it was Logan’s turn
The rest of the family was happy with their gifts too, except for Simon, who mumbled something and didn’t look too pleased with what he got.
Before long, it was time to start with the first course of the formal dinner: Bouillabaisse!
That brought Christmas in Honeycomb Valley to an end.
Because, Christmas or not, dogs need to be walked.