Or the Ram. Or the Goat. Or whatever horned animal you prefer. We're going with sheep since we happen to have a cute little fluffy sheep in our house:
OK, we don't really have a sheep in our house. Or in our yard, for that matter. But we happen to have a sheep costume that Frannie was more than happy to wear, so Year of the Sheep it is for the Linguine house.
We'll celebrate the new year like many families do. I gave Rosie a fresh bang cut. We'll clean the house to sweep out the old year. We'll decorate, eat traditional foods, and just spend time together as a family. And we'll wish for good health, happiness, and good fortune. Although I can't imagine being any luckier than I already am.
(And, a few outtakes for the people who always say that my kids are photogenic and cooperative. THEY ARE NOT.)