Monday, December 31, 2012

Christmas 2012

This Christmas started for us the weekend before Christmas with my side of the family. We did Christmas with my parents, my Granny and Papa, my sister and brother-in-law and my sweet nephew and nieces. We had a lot of fun opening gifts and just enjoying each others company. All the kids had a blast riding their motor vehicles too.





After spending time with my side of the family, we came back to Savannah to enjoy our little family.

Christmas Eve I took Caycen to see Santa at Bass Pro {Yes, I waited til the last minute, but it was great because there was NO line} and Santa had to bribe Caycen with a candy cane in order for him to sit on Santa's lap.  Later we went to our church service, which was AWESOME! Then we to Chance's parents' for dinner. We spent time together, then opened jammies, then went home.


Nona reading to Caycen

Christmas morning we got up around 7:30 and we were all excited for Caycen to see what Santa brought. We had the camera ready and Caycen decided to be shy and didn't want to go downstairs... UNTIL I told him that there was Elmo down there waiting for him :) that boy loves him some Elmo! After going downstairs, Caycen just stated at all his gifts. It was the CUTEST.THING.EVER! The first toy he decided to play with were the golf clubs. He then realized that he had his own table and chairs and wanted to sit at his table. He also got a little potty, potty DVD, books, blocks, coloring books, clothes, a plush Elmo, and a bunch of other small things. He had a wonderful Christmas morning!









After playing for a while we got ready and went to Chance's parents' for a little brunch. We opened more presents and played a while. We then went back home, let the dogs out, took a little nap, then headed back over to Chance's parents' for Christmas dinner.

Overall, it was a wonderful Christmas and we have so much to be thankful for. God is so great to us and we are so grateful for the day that Jesus was born!

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas!

Love,
Amy

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