Christmas: a good time to slow down, be God-stuck, enjoy family, laugh, eat, be crazy together, and be blessed by the little things. Quite possibly this has been my favorite Christmas ever. God is good!
Snow!!! When we moved I was a bit sad, I never thought we'd see snow here.... Such excitement!
Christmas is a time for family pictures.
Christmas is a time for licking beaters!
Christmas is a time for silliness.
Christmas is a time for Rainbows in my backyard.
Clayton posing by the Church Christmas tree.
Opening the traditional Christmas Eve jammies.
Stylin in their new PJ's
No, we don't believe in Santa.... but we did have a little fun writing a note (which I didn't get a picture of) and putting out a plate of cookies ( which I also didn't get a picture of) and then Santa (aka Mommy) came along and ate the cookies (which I for sure didn't get a picture of) and Santa graciously left a note for the kiddies.
The note Santa left the kiddies.
Christmas Morning! Ahh the excitement, the anticipation, the wonderful crazy chaos...
Here the kids are opening gifts from some special friends of ours. Thank you L&J!
I really enjoy watching my kiddies facial expressions when opening gifts.
Blessed chaos! We got to Skype with lots of family and that was wonderful!
Our next door neighbor brought over a little gift for the kids. O the hours of joy this gift has brought!
The end of a long, wonderful day.
December 26th~ The day after Christmas found us hiking up those pant legs and playing in the surf.
We celebrated New Years Eve by meeting some Emmett friends for lunch and having a small party with some neighbors, friends, and bacon wrapped figs. The party was over by 10pm, the kids tried to make it to midnight, but were unsuccessful. So 2014 just kind of snuck on in.
This is my last post Highlighting our Holidays, we will now get on with life.