Christmas 2023 is coming, and Melbourne is excited to see Bluey the heeler in the Myer Christmas windows!
The windows show Bluey and the heelers in a series of Christmas scenes such as opening presents under a pretty tree, sitting around a family table for Christmas lunch and playing some beach cricket (exactly how I sent my childhood Christmas Days!) Plus I recognised some scenes from Bluey verandah Santa and Bluey – Christmas Swim.
Visiting the Myer windows is a lot of fun and as always, the windows include a lot of details. I loved the colourful bonbon crowns, the pav, someone doing handstands, and even a cheesy grin for photos!
I am so glad that I went to see the Myer windows a week ago and mid-week, though! The queue today (a Sunday) as I went past went along the Burke St mall and up Swanston St – it nearly reached Little Burke St!! Always popular, I think Bluey has added to the interest this year!
Hooray it’s Christmas
Bluey and family open Christmas presents in front of the Christmas tree.
The kitchen becomes a hive of activity as final preparations are underway for Christmas lunch. Hopefully, the first aid is only needed for play!
I seriously think that Professor Inkling has dropped in from the Octopod for a visit! Does that Octopus toy make you think of the Octonauts, too?
A feature of any Aussie Christmas Day is sitting around a table, kids at one end, adults the other, and having a the table groaning under the food. And paper crowns are obligatory once bonbons are ripped apart!
As the young heelers take a swim, I love the presence (and mention in the voice over) of the Creepy Crawly trying to tangle around legs!
While Dad bowls to Bluey, other heelers are building sandcastles, relaxing on a chair or practicing handstands! Time on the beach is a great way to let lunch settle and just be together.
At the end of a busy day, Bluey and her family relax outside and look at Christmas lights. Merry Christmas Bluey and everyone!