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Friday, January 27, 2012

Christmas 2011

Although it's been a month since Christmas, and most people are already thinking about the time left until Spring, I thought I better write a little about our Christmas with the kiddos this year. I am realizing that having kids (or maybe it's having 4 at the same time) can really do a number on your memory! The blog helps me remember all the big events in our lives!

We truly had an amazing Christmas this year! It is so fun to see the joy in your kids' eyes, especially during the holidays, and I'm sure next year will be even better as they really start to understand what Christmas is all about! We decided not to attend Christmas Eve service this year due to the fact that the church wasn't offering a nursery, and the thought of 4 toddlers at a candle light service sounded pretty scary! :-) We spent Christmas Eve at my Grandma and Grandpa's house with most of my relatives, and then headed to James' parent's house for more fun! Christmas day was spent at James' parent's house in the morning/early afternoon, and my Mom's for dinner.

Papa bought the kids a new snowmobile sled that is enclosed. The kids had a blast riding with Uncle Caleb!

Sophie, Brady, & Uncle Caleb

Brady checking out the snow mobile trailer!

Max & Emme testing out Daddy's ice fishing sled (good enough for sledding)!


Max, Emme, & Uncle Caleb



Christmas Eve family picture!

(L to R) Brady, Emme, Max, Sophie

Daddy helping the kids open presents at Great-Grandma Mick's and Great-Grandpa Lee's house!

Sweet Brady

Back at Nana & Papa's for more presents! Sophie decided it was her party and she could throw a fit if she wanted to! Gotta love 2 year old melt downs!

Sophie was happy once she got to open her presents by herself!

Max checking out his new vacuum cleaner!
Ripping into more presents on Christmas morning!
Elmo was a HUGE hit this year!
Emme, Max, and Brady helping Uncle Caleb open presents!
Mommy & Emme





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