Thursday, December 25, 2008

Christmas Update

For SOME reason I cannot get my slide show to post this time! I have worked and worked on it to no avail, so I decided to post the link and you can see it from there!
Click on the link below:

We had a wonderful Christmas! Jake received the tractor he had asked for and although he would not get on it at first, he hasn't wanted to come in since he decided to get on it. And Landry loves riding on the back. Go figure! Anything to do with her brother she is all about!
My Christmas present arrived early on as the children decided they were tired from all the Christmas eve festivities at Matt's parents' house that they slept until 7:30 that morning. My last 2 Christmases have been spent up most of the night with a newborn, so it was nice to not replay that episode of our life! I really thought Jake would be more into the Santa thing but when he woke up and I started talking about Santa he thought Santa was in the living room and WOULD NOT go in there!
After the initial scare we were fine and went to check out the toys. Jake went to Landry's toys and started playing with them...could have cared less about his toys(although the toys are meant to be shared by all!!).
After they had both napped we went to Bossier for Christmas with the Tyler's. The kids got more toys and we ate steak and shrimp.....YUMMY! That night GiGi and I went to see Marley and Me. Great show but bring a towel(Kleenex won't do). Had a very good story line. Will post pictures of yesterday afternoon later...y'all probably get tired of the same 'ol pictures but for those of you who don't-they are for you!


SND said...

We are wanting to look at your update while we are in Dallas...and right now there is done. Want to see those babies and their toys!!! Love, Big Mama, Nicholas, and Abby

Lora said...

Glad you got to sleep in-even if for a little. We all remember those days of not much sleep. For some strange reason all children like whatever their sibling received better than their own gifts!

the Jennings secede from the South said...

Aw, I'm glad the tractor was a hit!