Eggnog party because Aunt Myra makes this home made frothy, creamy and rich thirst quenching drink . I love it. I thought eggnog is just a cookie party.LOL! It is this drink made of milk and egg yolk. The party turned out good and has everything. Well, not the Lechon though.This is a family Eggnog Party. If the foods are delicious, I would really set aside the picture taking moment. I just dive into the table and EAT! Everyone are cousins, aunt, uncles, nieces and nephews. For sure, they memorized my name and I could only remember the names of my immediate family. Hmmm...
The far end table are loaded with chocolates, cookies, nuts and sweets. Very delicious! I became shy to take pictures. Everyone just chit-chat and only the host families take the video and photos of everyone around.
I just took these snap pictures in the living room. The kids were outside playing. The teens were in the terrace. And some huge men (cousins) were in the kitchen. Much to my desire to take some photos, I end up glued to my chair.
This girl with white tops is my immediate niece. She is so pretty but, she is too shy to have her picture taken. Anyway, I am so glad she like the purse I gave her this Christmas. That's Aunt Myra holding the cups.
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