I also had Briss watch a clip from one of my favourite Christmas/New Years movies called Bachelor Mother. It stars Ginger Rogers as a young, independent women who loses her job at the toy deparment of a major department store. She stumbles upon an old lady leaving a baby on the steps of a foundling home, only to be confused later as the mother of the baby. She cannot convince anyone that the baby is not hers, especially David Nivan who plays one of the head of the department store, who gives her, her job back and consquently falls for her and the baby.
Its a wonderful movie. There is one particular scene when Niven asks Rogers out for New Years (as a last minute option) and she hasn't a thing to wear. He gets a brand new dress, scarf, shoes, stockings and even a mink coat from the store for her. They go out to a fancy dinner and she pretends to be Swedish so she won't have to talk to his society friends. He can't get a moment with her because all of his friends whisk her away to the dance floor. He finally wrangles her out of the restaurant they go out to Times Square to ring in the New Year. They get lost in the chaotic arms only to find each other at the moment the clock strucks midnight and they kiss. It's just a wonderful wonderful part of a spectacular movie. It epitomizes New Years. Going out, living it up and having a ball so that you can start a new year afresh!
This is an excellent hilarious clip of the movie: The last minute is really where the funny happens Bachelor Mother scene
|All ready for date night!|
|At dinner with Suzie and Grant|
|Kaellyn, Max and the dog cage|
|Happy New Year!|
|His tooter stopped working|
|Crazy glitter shoes for New Years Eve|
|Our party decorations|
|My nails matched my shoes|
Happy New Year