We spent the few days leading up to Christmas with my family. We were super busy with many festivities and I captured a LOT of photos. Here we go!!
(Not pictured is our annual Red Cup Day. I may do a post of it's own!)
Levi and Cousin Maxwell had matching Grinch jammies again this year!
I compared them to our pictures from last year and wowza - how they've grown!
And I simply can't resist those baby jammies with bum-bum flaps! AHHH!
I mean, I can't even stand it. Presh! He also had a pair that said My First Christmas, but the only photo I have of that is on my phone and I forgot to upload it. Drat.
I tried to get a pic of Levi before church Sunday morning, but he was making the silliest faces!
He's a monkey.
That tree is a central theme in most of the photos I'm posting, HAHA!
The big boys loved helping Glam*Ma in the kitchen.
This baby liked to watch!
On Christmas Eve, we did lots of laughing, lots of cooking, and lots of laughing again!
This is what really happens when the three of us are in the kitchen.
Me with my littlest!!
Glam*Ma snuck some banana pudding to Ezra!
He loved it!
Daddy and Levi tracked Santa on the Santa Claus radar all night! So exciting!! :)
We tried getting a picture of all the cousins and this is the best we got.
Then Glam*Ma with the babies.
My brother with Violet and an outfit I got her. Love!!
Check out that bracelet. :)
My love and me!
Later that night, we had dinner and sang happy birthday to Jesus!
Then we all got in our matching jammies to open presents!
Levi got a big boy bike that he loves!
And Glam*Ma & Papapa got the big boys a really fun present that they were super excited about! Check out Levi's face when he saw it!
He kept screaming, "MY VERY OWN MONSTER TRUCK! I'VE NEVER HAD A MONSTER TRUCK!" Hahahaha.... hilarious.
Note the "Stompeez" on his feet. One of his favorite gifts of all time. He won't take them off!
The next morning the boys woke up to realize that Santa came!! Levi asked him for a Pizza Planet, a flying helicopter, and a roller coaster.
SO MUCH FUN!
Christmas 2012 was definitely one to remember. I'm so thankful for my wonderful family.