Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Christmas 2017

This Christmas was wonderful. It was fun to watch Peyton experience it for the first time. This is a long post, so grab some coffee and enjoy our entire weekend of Christmas pictures.
Friday morning started with baking cookies. I tried to finish them before the boys woke up.
Peyton got another sink bath while I folded laundry.

Friday night we went with my family to Texas Roadhouse and then to Caldwell to look at Christmas lights.

Love these three.

Awkward picture...

Saturday was low key. I prepared food and the boys went to my parent's house for a few hours because a family used out living room to take their family pictures.
Colson drew me the manger scene. This boy can draw and he's so creative.
Sunday morning we went to the Christmas Eve service at church.

And home to cook more food.
While I cooked, Colson watched Santa.
My grandma, uncle, aunt, and Ray came to deliver presents.

I made a salted caramel cheesecake for dinner.

We went to Robbie and Ryann's house to exchange gifts.

And I really wanted to bring Butters home with me!

We spent the evening at Papa Kim and Grandma Jo's house.
Uncle Tony got Colson the coolest remote control toy
Both of the boys were excited to open gifts.

Light up Legos!


Santa made his visit!

Christmas morning, Travis had to plow snow so the boys and I played while we waited for him.

Christmas is so fun with kids.

The Little People construction set was Peyton's favorite. He loves playing with it!

The table is set with my great grandmother's china.

My family came over for dinner. It was fun to watch the three little ones.

Grandma Jo and Papa Kim came up for pie and to see all the Christmas gifts.

Colson was spoiled since it was Christmas. You can never have too many cookies!

And I was in bed at 8:30, drinking tea and watching my favorite Christmas movie, The Family Stone!

I'm thankful for the memories we made and as I put Christmas away, I'll be looking forward to the new year. I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas weekend.

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