Sunday, December 26, 2010

Christmas 2010

We had a great time with Christmas this year. The kids were so excited to FINALLY get to open presents and I was SO glad all the work was done for the year. Here are the munchkins in their spiffy new pj's.

Grandma & Grandpa Gardner came down and spent Christmas Eve with us and we had so much fun playing games and munching on yummy food.


We were up bright and early for Christmas morning and then off for brunch at Grandma & Grandpa Hall's house. It was a rare day of ALL the kiddos being in one room so we took advantage of the moment and take a picture of all the grand kids.

This is my dorky brother wearing his babies Santa hat. I don't think I need to further comment on this picture, it speaks for it's self.
This was the FUNNIEST moment of the day, my (macho/cowboy) brother trying to put together a teeny tiny Polly Pocket house. He flipped his lid when he saw that you had to use a screw driver to get the darn thing out of the box. Welcome to parenthood, Ryan!

We had a wonderful day of laughter, food and Love. There could be no better Christmas. Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas season.

4 comments:

Amy @ Keep'n The SunnySide said...

Sounds / looks like a wonderful time with family. There really can be nothing better. That picture is a hoot!

We are still dealing with the Christmas "after glow" around here.... LOL. My MIL is still staying with us. There is too much food in this house, and I'm going to gain 20 lbs. between now and New Years!

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Verde Farm said...

How wonderful. Glad you had such a special family day filled with love and laughs. I am with brother--those darn toys--I swear they just want to make parents suicidal :) LOL

Megan said...

That's the most infuriating part of Christmas - assembling the new toys! Glad you had a merry Christmas