Thursday, December 30, 2010

Christmas 2010

Christmas eve afternoon Jennifer and I made some Peanut Butter Blossoms. Jennifer said Santa just had to have those kind. Also Jennifer requested that Chocolate milk be put out for Santa. So funny , Daddy just had that silly look on his face.

Christmas Morning we got up about 7am and I made cinnamon rolls. A must always have on Christmas morning. Last yr Carly was 8 months so she really wasn't that into it. This Christmas she was checking things out.

After we ate we read the Christmas story out of the Bible everyone read a couple verses except for Carly. It was something I always done growing up and I want my children to do the same thing. Jesus is the reason for the season so what better way to remind them of it.

Time to open presents !!!!!!

Carly got to go first !!!!

Thaniqua with a new Barbie !!!

Ridge being so serious opening up some Lego. He is really into that right now.

Jennifer and her Barbie Doll

Carly and Jennifer sitting at Carly's little Disney Table and chairs she got. Also they were playing with carly's farm set that Big Sister Jennifer said must go on Carly's list , Lol. Kids can be so cute.

We had Ham for dinner. I cooked it in the crock pot it turned lovely. Think next yr I will do the same. Made some homemade dinner rolls.

After dinner we had a birthday cake for Jesus and ice cream. Sang Happy Birthday to Jesus. All in all it was a good day. I missed my family in Ohio but did talk to them on the phone. We are going home in June for a visit and I'm so excited.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year !!!

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Sarita Boyette said...

I loved seeing your pretty tree and the children with their gifts. Happy 20 months to Carly!

Kristie said...

Sounds like you had a wonderful relaxing Christmas! Reminds me of the Christmases I had when I was younger... :-)

Lisette said...

Looks like you had a wonderful Christmas. I love teaching them the real reason for it. This was Julian's first year to really understand and he also sang Happy Birthday, it was so cute!

Kristin said...

So glad you had a wonderful Christmas! Now I'm hungry for ham! :D

Debby@Just Breathe said...

It sounds like a perfect Christmas day. How wonderful that you read the Christmas story from the Bible.
Your cinnamon rolls sound yummy and your dinner sounds like it was delicious. Beautiful memories that will last a lifetime.

Jingle said...

you seem having a lovely Christmas.

beautiful memories.
keep smiling.

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