PS: Let's talk Christmas because we're all about it right now. What does Christmas mean to you as a family? Are you guys big into it?
BH: Oh, absolutely. Having kids changes it completely, it makes it so magical. It is a time for us to be together; everyone's life is so busy these days, we talk about catching up, then three months pass and you still haven't done it. So it really is a time to bring everyone together. No one has anything on that day, we all stop and make sure we get together. It's just the magic of it with the kids: the fact that Santa's been [laughs] and that moment you see their faces . . . it's so beautiful.
PS: Isn't it so amazing? My favourite part is when they see the milk and cookies have been eaten.
BH: All those things! I think I take photographs of every single part [laughs].
PS: What's your favourite thing about Christmas?
BH: Tough one! The kids walking out to see that Santa's been, that moment I just want to hold on to for as long as I can, I just think it's so beautiful. And also just having everyone together! Eating! I love custard [laughs].