NYE {Part 2}

Part I of our New Year’s Eve celebration was our lobster feast meal with our friends.

The second part of our celebration was at my parents house.

As tradition goes, we welcomed the new year surrounded by our family and friends.


For as long as I can remember, I’ve spent New Year’s Eve with my family. Well, except for that time I was vacationing in the tropics .


We celebrated by the fire.


We celebrated with wine. (drinking wine with my dad’s Hennessy glass. Very classy!)


We celebrated with hugs.


We welcomed the new year as newlyweds and as husband and wife.


We celebrated with a plenty of food. Noodles for long life and round food for fortune 🙂

12-31-11 NYE

My family requested I make the Petite Lasagna and Cheddar Garlic biscuits. A healthy start to the new year.

And it wouldn’t be a party without dancing. We danced to the tune of Wii games and Dance Party games.


We kept ourselves entertained until the ball dropped at midnight.

At midnight, there were some coins thrown on the floor, some fireworks popped and a ton of hugs and kisses given to each other.

Welcome 2012!



I hope you had a fun and memorable celebration to welcome the New Year!



  1. We spent new years with family too! Looks like yall had so much fun. I reallylike the noodles and round food traditions

  2. I spent new years with my son and husband at home : ) It was nice to be home and not out with crazies!

    Happy New Year love! I wish you all the best in 2012!

  3. Happy New Year! I celebrated NYE in the Philippines with my family too and it was wonderful. Looking forward to a fantastic 2012!

  4. It looks like you had a great New Year’s celebration — everyone looks so happy :). The food looks incredible too!

  5. Aww this sounds like the PERFECT way to spend NYE! Good food, family, friends…the best. Here’s to an awesome 2012!

  6. Happy 2012! I think your NYE sounded perfect! I love spending New Years with my family. 🙂

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