Christmas is most definitely a stressful time and with only two more sleeps until the big day it’s now that the cracks begin to show. Children are over excited and if yours are anything like mine, a little worried that they haven’t made it onto the overweight, judgmental one’s all important good list. Last minute panic took over our house this afternoon as the festive food shop was done for the impending arrival of the hungry masses and we soon realised our small kitchen and equally small fridge just isn’t big enough to store it all. Presents are still to be wrapped and some even to be collected, fingers crossed that Click and Collect is all is makes out to be.
A midst all of the panic an awesome early Christmas pressie arrived form Netflix containing everything I needed to get me through Christmas. Included were batteries, sellotape, healthy, chocolate free snack for the kiddywinks as well as nurofen and some delicious Jo Malone bath goodies.
Netflix also have the Christmas viewing sorted with their Ultimate Survival Guide and there’s something for everyone!
Ultimately your children will get bored with their hoards of new toys and normally I’ll hear “I’m bored” at around lunch time on Boxing Day. Cleverly I’ve been saving the new Netflix original series of All Hail King Julien for this very moment.
“King Julien is back and shaking his booty harder than ever! Discover the wild world of Madagascar as the king takes on the jungle’s craziest adventures in this comedy series. With his loyal sidekicks Maurice and Mort, they meet a whole new cast of colorful animals, including ambitious head of security Clover and the villainous Foosa. No one can stop this king from ruling with an iron fist…in the air…wavin’ like he just doesn’t care.”
I’ve also been saving another Netflix Original for myself to watch over the festive break, Marco Polo.
I’m also keen to start watching House, M.D starring Hugh Laurie. It’s something I haven’t got around to yet this year but with a whole 12 days off work I’m looking forward to squeezing it in. What are you watching this Christmas?