December 31, 2012

Christmas Day

Christmas Day was as chill as it could be. The kids woke us up at 7:30. Evie was still sleeping and was not happy about being woken up. There was some crying on her part during the present opening.
Eric got his #1 gift request a NOOK
Lily got her Lalaloopsy doll
Evie got a dog trike
Kobi got something to chew on besides his fingers We spent the whole day in our pjs watching movies, playing with new toys and spending time together. What could be better than that!


Things were a little busy this year. I was trying to get a 10 page research paper done between Christmas activities, nursing, and taking care of the kids, so I'm behind and we didn't get nearly as much Christmas stuff done. Didn't even make it to Temple Square for the lights! However we did go see the Christmas Village and Santa in Ogden.
Eric was in the winter chior at school this year. I was so proud of him. He had to be at school an hour early every tues and thurs to practice, and he stuck with it. He was AWESOME during the performace.
This is what we woke up to on Christmas Eve...
Silly Jake must've been really tired when he decided to wrap the tree with T.P. since he didn't realize it was the last roll in the house. Christmas Eve was wonderful spent with family, sugar cookies and rice krispy houses. We had a wonderful dinner and Dad told us the story of the Christmas Train.
Evie did one too but majority of the candy ended up in her mouth. Christmas Eve was wonderful- Skip and I eneded up staying up a little late, but it was worth it for the kids faces on Christmas morning!

Two Year Old

I love how big Evie's eyes are in the photo...yes the cake was a little huge- she had to stand up in her seat to reach the candles.
Evie loves to stand right in front of the TV or sit in Kobi's bouncer or carseat so we decided it was time she had her own seat.
Evie cracks me up with her clothing (or lack thereof) choices. For example the princess crown that doubles as a shirt
We love this little cute girl of ours! She is a blessing in everyway.