Friday, December 26, 2008

Christmas Day

Its always been our traditional that NO ones leaves their bed without Mom and Dad getting them. (we're always up early) It was our plan to get up around 530 or 545 and to have Christmas at 630. Well Brandon (He and Lyndsey stayed at our house that night) couldn't sleep so he called my parents at 5 and Paul heard them in there talking and he woke me up at 515, I was not too thrilled, I didn't get to bed until 1245 that night. We let Grace sleep until 6 and she actually was not that bad getting up.

Her first peak around the corner.
Santa left her a note along with some PINK COOKIES that she kept saying she wanted ??????? And she loves the life size Barbie, excuse me, Princess! Anyone ready for tea?
Some of her dolls...........

And her Kitchen, which she loves. She loves having coffee with her Daddy, so Santa left her a Coffee maker.
Once she put on the hat and apron, the hat stayed on most of the morning.

Brandon and Lyndsey got mostly kitchen stuff.

Grace just loves her baby Panda.

And trying out the swing set (her daddy designed, planned and built) Yes, he has on her Pink Bakers Hat

The baby boy asked for stuff for his truck and he finally got his class ring.

It was in five boxed and wrapped in Princess Paper.

Here he is installing his speakers. He also got enough cash to get the dual exhaust done ( at least I think that is what he is doing.) He wanted seat covers from Cabala's but I waited to long to order them, maybe for his birthday/graduation gift. They are a little pricey.

Lynds seemed happy with her gift. They didn't get to stay for Breakfast, but it was nice having them there for the morning and then they came back for dinner at five. My parents and Pauls family all came over.

It was a little warm for this dress, but she still wanted to wear it. We had to turn the AC back on, this weather is crazy. I woke up this morning with a sore throat and a cough, OH JOY.

All in all, my baby girl had a wonderful day! IT was very important to her Daddy and I that this be a very special year. This is Pauls last year in school, her first year home. Her first Christmas period. She was a very happy, very sweet THANKFUL child. She is the sweetest thing, I couldn't have gotten a better gift than her.

Well I'm off to play Candy land now! Hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas.

1 comment:

Carrie said...

Merry Christmas very late!