We took the Sugar Snaps to see a local street with amazing holiday lights. They are too young to realize how spectacular and unusual the display was, but enjoyed it just the same. This street does a theme all around the court and as you walk or drive a story is told. We enjoyed seeing "Twas the night before Christmas" unfold as we walked. There was a family with a young reader in front of us on the walk who proudly read each sign to her attentive family.
Lights were strung all the way across the street with snowflakes hanging down.
Festive signs greeted us and told the story "Twas the night before Christmas."
The Sugar Snaps even got so see Elmo featured in the light display.
Capri looked pleased while Grayson just took it all in.
Ryder's eyes sparkled while Xayden was pretty suspicious at first.
A family of snowmen won them over.
Ships sailed on a grassy sea of blue lights.
This house was lit up from top to bottom and even fashioned their shrubs into presents.
This house created wooden figures from many children's holiday stories.
We enjoyed each moment until the end of the story when it was time to head home.
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a huge sucker for community spirit. I get very excited about people coming together and working towards a common purpose while creating friendships and connection. I want our children to experience being part of a community as they grow and to learn about the importance of giving back. Has your family been to see the lights this holiday season? I would love to hear your thoughts and stories. As always, comments are welcome.