Christmas already feels ages ago, but I had the most wonderful day and I hope you all did too.
For Christmas I didn’t really want or need anything, so I told my partner and family just to get me books, bath bits and maybe a diary if they wanted to get me a gift. I didn’t ask for much, so I was really overwhelmed by all of the thoughtful, sweet presents that I got.
I don’t go shopping like I used to so even though I never asked for gifts, I could really appreciate and be thankful for everything I received. So here’s a look at my presents.
From My Mum, Dad, Brother & Aunt
From both my parents and my aunt I received money, but my mum also got me some lovely pink Minnie Mouse pyjamas and the most comfy slippers. She got me a 2020 diary too as she knows I can’t be without one.
My brother got me an adorable Winnie the Pooh pyjama and eyemask set, as well as a super soft pair of grey gloves.
From My Partner
My partner spoilt me with lovely gifts and a stocking full of treats.
He got me vegan chocolate buttons, fudge, rocky road and Turkish Delight treats.
As well as a sparkly hairband, Carmex lip set, several books on travel & mindfulness and a beautiful planner.
He bought me loads of bath bombs, shower gels and goodies from Lush and other stores. Here’s a look at a couple that I got.
He bought me a set of Tarte lipglosses, a Tarte palette and the biggest gift of all; we got each other a ticket to see Queen and Adam Lambert play in London this summer.
So we’re both really excited for that.
From My Partner’s Parents and Brother
My partners parents got me a lovely gift voucher that can be spent pretty much anywhere, whilst his brother got me a food gift card and a bath set.
From My Cousin
I didn’t get to see my cousin before Christmas, so we met up the day after I got back from New York.
She got me a Lush gift set so I’m now very much sorted for bath bits, as well as the cutest bottle of prosecco. It comes in a very Alice in Wonderland style bottle, with a ‘Drink Me’ label.
So that’s everything! Let me know what you got for Christmas.