Thursday, December 30, 2010

Our Christmas Eve

I am still re-capping our Christmas, I have been busy this week putting away toy's, taking down Christmas decorations, cleaning, taking Brody to another dentist appointment ( will tell more later) and am just getting around to posting about our Christmas Eve.

On Christmas Eve we walked over to my parent's to spend the day with my whole family. I love when were all in the same house together, so much fun. We snacked around all day, had a great dinner where we had a turducken which was delicious, and then we opened presents. My dad read the Christmas story out of the bible while we all sat and listened before we opened presents. My nephews, BIL Matt, and sister Tisha open all of theres since they go home Christmas eve night for Santa Claus. We also draw names between all of us so we opened those presents as well. an The rest of my sisters, brother, husband, parents, and Brody waited and opened ours on Christmas morning. Here are pictures to show our Christmas...........






















7 comments:

Brandi said...

Check out that pile of presents, awesome! And to walk to your parents, jealous!!!! Love your way cute leopard sweater!!! Looks like you all had a fab Christmas! So sad it's over. I haven't taken down my decorations; too sad that it's all over with!!!

Jessica said...

Like I said on FB, you look gorgeous in your leopard! You & your sisters all favor so much! So pretty!

Suz said...

Look at all of those presents!!! How fun! I love that your dad read the Christmas story before opening gifts!!! So special!!!

Rosie said...

Wow! I thought WE had lots of presents. Ha!
And it's so neat how much ya'll all resemble each other.

Abbi said...

oh what fun! i know the kids loved all of those presents!
your outfit is too cute! you look great!

Paige said...

Love your cardigan! What a beautiful home and family!

AnnCrabs said...

Hi! I am a friend of Tisha's. I am really enjoying your blog and am following now! We have always wanted to get a turducken but there aren't enough of us to eat it. Happy New Year!