Sunday, December 27, 2009

Crazy, cRaZy Christmas Day. . . :)

Bare with us, this is a lengthy picture blog. . . We celebrated at 3 houses Christmas Day. :)

The first pictures you'll see were taken by our cousin Emily. She did such an amazing job of capturing the magic of our time together. . . We celebrated at Aunt Lisa and Uncle Mike's (with our Willis family), actually our 3rd and final stop of the day (should have posted these at the end, but they're so good we wanted them to be at the beginning!)

1st stop:
Nani G and Gumpy G's for a huge Christmas breakfast!! Nani G made me a beautiful book. . . Every page was creatively composed to teach me essential life skills (like tying shoe laces, buttoning, zipping, writing, snapping, counting. . .). We were blown away by the intricate detail and heart she poured into this piece! It will be an heirloom for sure!! Thanks Nani G!!

Lips like my Dad's! :)

Nani G and me. . . :)

Drooling on Daddy's leg. . .
I crawled on Popi's shoulder and took a little nap. . . All the Christmas chaos really wore me out!
2nd stop:
Gram's and Grandad's for lunch. We were sad that Nannie and Pa were too sick to make it. It didn't feel like Christmas without them. . .

Nannie and Pa, Daddy videotaped me opening my present. He's going to download it to a DVD so you can see how much I enjoyed the bike you bought me!! :)

It was so much fun celebrating with my Green family (they aren't really green, that's just their last name). :)

Aunt Rachel bought me lots of monkey stuff. . . all of which Mommy loves! :) For some reason she finds monkeys endearing.

Grams and Grandad bought me a train that teaches me the alphabet. It's SO much fun to play with!! I can even ride it all by myself!

3rd stop:
Aunt Lisa and Uncle Mike's to celebrate with our Willis Family! My cousin Caiden was there. We had so much fun together!

This is my Aunt Lisa, we sang patty cake . . . one of my favorite songs.

Crazy Uncle Ebic! (whom I adore)

1 comment:

Michael, Adrian, and Cole said...

LOVED all the pictures from your 1st Christmas adventures as a family of three. Having a little one brings so much joy and wonder to the holiday :)

Looks like Jonah was extra good this year. . . will there be anything left for the birthday in a few months? Ha!

Happy New Year!