Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Christmas Eve 2012.

This will be my last Christmas 2012 post.
I mean it is almost Valentine's Day after all...

We had family and friends over for Christmas Eve again this year.
It was awesome.
My dad came in from Virginia and spent the night with us.
This was a first.
And I think it was one of the best Christmas' I've ever had.
We ate dinner.
Drank some drinks.
And wrote our letters to Santa.
I was lame and didn't use my good camera. Sorry.
 These boys are like brothers.
I hope they stay that way forever.
 They fight and cry when they don't get their way.
Like when there are 500 crayons but they want the one that Chase has.
 We really enjoy the true meaning of the holidays and all feel so thankful that we had this time together when it's over.
 My mom and sister love being with the boys. They helped decorate cookies.
And our stomach's hurt from laughing so hard.
Deuce would decorate his cookie and then eat it.
It took us about 3 cookies in to make him realize the cookies were for Santa.
 Chase used an entire bottle of sprinkles and probably got about 5 on his cookie.
  Alfie, our Elf, supervised their behavior to report back to Santa.
 They each got to open one gift.
 And were beyond excited to have matching PJ's.
I'm sure Austin and TJ will love having this picture of them matching their little brothers in about 10 years.
 Chase thought I should get a shot of his butt.
 We said our goodbye's until the next morning when we would head on down to our parents houses.
 D-Weezy at his finest.
 Last up was our reindeer food that we sprinkled over the yard to guide Santa's sleigh to our house.
Our Christmas this year was wonderful.
I had so much time off from work.
Got to see my dad twice in 2 weeks.
Watched my baby boy enjoy seeing Santa and really experience the magic of Christmas.
And spent Christmas day with all of my boys, my parents, my sister, my brother, my in-laws, my brother in-law, my niece and my nephew.
Can't ask for much more.

Monday, February 4, 2013

Santa Visit.

I know, I'm super late on this but these pictures came out so great that I still had to share them. We took Deuce to see Santa in Chesapeake again, when we went up for a visit with my dad. Last year Deuce was afraid of him so we got these awesome pictures of Deuce sitting in Santa's big chair reading while Santa was hiding behind him. This year he kept saying, "I not cry today." I didn't really believe him but he wasn't lying. When it was his turn he walked right up to him, said hi and climbed right up in his lap. When Santa asked him what he wanted for Christmas Deuce responded, "a bear black." And wouldn't you know it... Santa brought him a soft black bear Christmas morning!

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