Christmas (the rest of our celebrations)

*Better late than never!

Christmas Eve we spent at home.  We made cookies and had fun playing together.  Josh and Elizabeth gave them two children’s Bibles when they came home from the hospital.  We read the Christmas story together.  Afterwards, Anna Claire continued to look through the Bible.  It was so cute!  Then we made a plate for Santa and went to bed.  We had a great time the next morning.  Devin’s parents and Aunt Spencer came by to visit on their way to Charlotte.  Around noon we went to my mom’s parents’ house.  That afternoon my parents came by to visit. 

The next day we celebrated with my parents, sisters, and Justin.  We had a great time together. 

The Sunday after Christmas we celebrated with my dad’s parents and the next Saturday we traveled to Charlotte to celebrate with Devin’s mom’s side of the family.  Whew!  What a busy yet great first Christmas.

*Goal for the week:  post at least two more times…we’ll see! 🙂

Published in: on February 1, 2010 at 3:36 pm  Comments (4)  

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4 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Love AC’s pjs!

  2. I mean come on Kathy, it’s not like you are busy with teaching and the twins or anything 🙂 🙂

    Hopefully we can play and be friends this weekend!! Miss y’all!!

  3. I LOVE Charlie’s orange hat! Where did he get that from?

  4. So sweet…these pics make me smile thinking of all the good memories made! Love you!!!


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