Toddlers maketh Christmas!


Isn't it amazing how being around little 'believers' makes Christmas a different kind of 'special'? My two nieces went with us to see Santa in his grotto for the first time this year – 6-month-old Isabella and 'fwee and a half' year old Lara, plus my 20-year-old daughter Lauren. So, thought I'd share with you a couple of the magic moments…

Lauren can't recall when she first found out about Santa. It's funny how some remember it clearly and others don't – I don't, for sure, even though I was the eldest of five and probably the first to find out! But, Lauren enjoyed the magic of being around little ones, as much as the little ones did. And us big ones!

And now it's snowing – we just need a couple more days of chill and it'll be a truly white Christmas for once! Even though it brings good and bad – like Jilly being snowed in and me having to do a double shift this week, launching the Winter Sale on Monday night! The sale goes on for four days; all great prices so don't miss it!
Anyway, just wanted to wish everybody a very merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Join me live again on Boxing Day at 9am. I'm doing a marathon stint for four hours straight, before Julian and co take over. Then I'm off to the annual Boxing Day family get together with 25 or so of us! Well as I said, I am the eldest of five!
Big hugs to everyone and speak again in the New Year!
P.S. Keep up with the up-to-date news via Facebook and Twitter, and watch out for the Diet Chef update on 2nd Jan! One stone and counting!


  1. Marg December 23, 2009 at 11:50 pm -  Reply

    Thankyou for sharing that lovely time with us Debbie,it was really so good to see children in a great Christmas setting, a far cry from the tableaux we thought were great. The little one looked so relaxed and sweet,the little girl was taking everything in, I think she will remember her day at Christmas. I wish you all a very HAPPY CHRISTMAS AND A

  2. December 26, 2009 at 12:35 am -  Reply

    thanks so much Marg! Happy xmas to you all too!
    ps Lara was dressed for xmas day as snow white and declared to everyone that she wants to be on the stage when she grows up, and the telly – like ‘aunty debbie’! hehe. More pics from our xmas to come soon!

  3. michelle December 26, 2009 at 9:10 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie I hope you and all your family had a wonderful Christmas and i wish you good health and lots of happiness in 2010.
    WELL i can,t believe Lauren is 20 now and such a beauty too she was about 8 the last time i saw her!!!
    You haven,t changed a bit and its lovely seeing you back home on QVC.
    Being your beauty therapist I still rememeber your love for all the beauty products.
    I wish you all well
    Love Michelle xx
    P.S are any of your family still in the old area? My parents still life in the same house opposite where your Mum lived xx

  4. Julie January 1, 2010 at 6:39 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie
    Thought you were really good over the Christmas Hols and New Years Eve. Have to say you appear so genuine and caring.
    Take Care
    Julie x

  5. Debbie Flint January 15, 2010 at 9:12 am -  Reply

    Thanks Julie, it was really good fun! I always used to work New Year’s Eve, so that was a bit of deja vu! Craig is absolutely lovely so it was a real pleasure!
    Michelle – I still have same old mobile number, or send yours via here and web team will pass it on! Yes some family still in area, the rest in Banstead!

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