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I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

For Christmas, we were pleasantly surprised
by a visit from my parents. Look what happens
when my mommy falls
asleep.

She must have been dreaming of a white Christmas.
It started snowing around 6AM and did not quit the
entire day. I think we had over a foot of snow when it was
time for bed.



Santa was very good to the Roberts' kids.


Little Larry watching his dad.
Not sure what was being said, but it had
him smiling.

Savannah loves her games.

Xander got his binoculars.
He recently became interested in all
things hiking and camping.

The kids checking out a gift.

Ethan was so excited to get a big boy
set of scriptures.

Ethan had the best Christmas wish list ever...
He asked for a compass, a nut cracker,
a snow globe, scriptures, and a book.
He got everything that he asked for.
I love when they ask for the simplest of things.

Ruby loved posing for the camera.
She wanted a picture of herself opening each and every gift.


This was the amount of snow by lunch time.
Nice fluffy wet snow.

I wish I could zoom in. You will notice that
Ruby has a hand full of snow and she is eating away.

With the help from dad, the boys were able to build
a snowman.
And like brother like sister, Xander is also eating away.
This must have been good stuff.


A picture at bed time, it was still falling.
Merry Christmas.

Comments

Anonymous said…
What a fun way to tell the story of your Christmas! Love your blogs!

Love,
Brysha

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