Sunday, December 13, 2009

{Here Comes Santa Claus}


Just 12 more days! Carson is sure the Santa Claus we saw at the mall was the real Santa Claus because his beard is real! I am so happy to have three little Believers in the house. We have 3 advent calendars going, lots of activities left to do, many gifts to buy and wrap...busy, but loving this time of year. And we hope you are too!
(Please know that it practically killed my Type A personality to let the kids get their pictures taken in these outfits...we came straight from Carson's basketball game, hence the shorts on a freezing afternoon, and Addy insisted on doing (aka not doing) her own hair. I decided not to pick this battle and just enjoy Santa anyway...and it was worth it, just a little twinge of "oh I should have had them in their fancy Christmas church clothes"...sigh).

4 comments:

Becca, Bryce, Ty and Caden 5:41 PM  

cute picture! You've made a great memory with these clothes! We can't wait till Christmas Eve!

Carmen Goetschius 9:05 PM  

Cute Shell... even if they aren't in their Sunday best!!!

Glad you have these wee little believers. Such a fun time of year! Merry Christmas dear friend!
Love, Car

chris...reese...paige...brynn 9:22 PM  

Way to let things go! You're kids are cute even without being primped! Santa rocks.

P.S. Carson's shoe looks crazy huge in that picture!

Dan and Anne 8:57 AM  

They still look cute though... it just makes for a more realistic picture of day to day life! (Although if it were me I would feel the same way about Beckett!:) I'm happy that you have a house full of believers.. merry Christmas!

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