Monday, January 17, 2011

Finally, the end of 2010

Thought I would post just a few of the MANY pictures I took of our family Christmas and finally wrap up 2010. Katie had my blog made into a book a couple of years ago and I would like to have the rest printed so I need to at least have some pictures of all of our holidays. Enough, on with the pictures...
I really don't think Sam is aware that this is an Oklahoma Sooner Santa hat. I plan on keeping this picture to torture him with in the future.
Brock is ready to open presents, I really think he just wants to rip the paper off the boxes, not that interested in what is inside them.

Max always opens his gifts behind the TV. I just realized this year that he does this to keep everyone else away from his stuff. I just thought the sharing spirit was alive and well at our house...


The kids gave Greg a new television for the kitchen. He likes to park himself at a chair pulled up to the kitchen bar and watch TV away from the chaos in the living room. Now he can do it in style.
I made all the kids a scrap book of our Disney vacation. I made it on Scrap Blog (thank you Cari for cluing me in on this awesome site) and then had it printed for everyone. It was great fun to do. I hope we take many more vacations that I can make books about!
I thought these trains would be great gifts for the three toddlers. You would think I would recognize the "danger" potential of toys by now. Heidi's favorite thing about this train is her ability to launch herself off it.
Ruby's favorite gift was her new boots. She is already a little fashionista, especially where shoes are concerned.
Can you tell these two "Hiccups" are ready to train some dragons?
Rock band in training!
A finally Merry Christmas from our family to yours!









9 comments:

The Loves of Lacy said...

Wow Beck....2 in one week...I'm impressed!!!

Samantha said...

Great post!!! Brooks actually got the same Sooner Santa hat for Christmas from my parents...gotta keep some Oklahoma in the boy!!

The Garvie Family said...

You're back in blog land!! I always love to see pictures from your family get-togethers. It looks like you guys had a great Christmas.

Ashley said...

Glad to have you back! ;)

Dawn said...

Love Sam's barricade!

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