Monchhichis love to celebrate christmas.
Here you can see some pictures out of their christmas photo album 2013.
Merry Christmas! We are looking forward to unwrap our presents.
A lovely chain for me. Thank you japanese Santa.
My first headband. Thank you german Santa.
Miffy loves the colourful chain from the japanese Santa.
Oh, look she got a new muffler from the german Santa.
Thank you dear Santa!
Wow, I got a new camera.
I love my new camera.
I am so happy about the leather notebook, because I collect notebooks.
We wish you all a Merry Christmas!
Hello Santa! For me?
A wonderful bag. Thank you Santa.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all.
with the Monchhichis 2011
send our friends nice christmas cards
should we write?
I should prepare my pen with my pencil
That is so
is so much fun!
it is a tradition, that a child has an "Advent
calendar" (in german: "Adventkalender"). It is a
24 windows, which should be opened by the child from December 1 till
Every window contents a candy. The Monchhichis look forward
to open a window everyday.
Oh, look a
piece of candy :o)
In Germany most families
have an “Advent wreath” (in german:
It is a wreath out of fir twigs and decoration material plus 4
The 4 candles stands for the last 4 Sundays before christmas (December
During those 4 weeks before christmas, the candles can be lighted up,
only one per Sunday.
That means in the first week only one candle can be
lighted up and
after the second Sunday in the second week a second candle can
be lightend up and so on.
are of the opinion, that a german protestant pastor and a
pioneer in urban mission work named Johann
(1808–1881) was the inventor of the modern
During Advent, children at the mission school “Rauhes Haus“, founded by Wichern in
would ask daily if Christmas had arrived.
he built a large wooden ring (made out of an old cartwheel) with 19
and 4 large white candles.
A small candle was lit successively every weekday
On Sundays, a large white candle was lit.
The custom gained
ground among Protestant churches in Germany and evolved into the
with four or five candles known today.
Roman Catholics in Germany began to
adopt the custom in the 1920s,
and in the 1930s it spread to North America. Source: Wikipedia
and Mrs. Santa Claus
to the Northpole...
the other Santas
Oh, it is
very cold today.
we have to plan, who of us travel to which part of the
earth to deliver the
Claus has Mrs. Claus who helps him to deliver the presents to the kids and my
partner is my beloved angel who helps me.
his angel ♥
moment I work alone, but maybe someday I will meet my Mrs. Claus.
nice decorated room!
every year I help Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus to deliver the presents.
This is my friend Mr. Snowman. He is so cool, hehe :o)
big thank to my two friends in HK and Japan without whom I could not
show you those two cute christmas Monchhichis (and the baby below) .
This is my daughter. She will help me in the future.
I have a
lot of fun, to watch wonderful ornaments. I like that one!
know, what I like to do?
it! I love to arrange presents as surprise for the kids.
if everything is well prepared for the kids.
watch the wonderful arrangement of Mrs. Claus
is checked and everything is ok - Departure!