Friday, January 01, 2010

{Last 2 weeks of December}

Addy's Preschool Program! She loves to was the sweetest little program and she did fantastic on her special part of the song: When Christmas Comes to Town. Preschool programs are so holds barred...bring on the actual 'Christmas' songs, Santa, and the works. Just doesn't happen in public school anymore...sad.

Carson finished up basketball season. The coach kept telling him he was too nice ...and on the court you can be more aggressive! He doesn't seem to have that problem with his sister, go figure. He also thought it was quite possibly the coolest thing ever when the team scrimmaged as shirts vs. skins. His first time playing as a 'skin'. It was really cute and made me realize what an incredibly skinny boy I have!

Decorating Christmas ornaments at my sister's house.

These two having so much fun! I was so excited my parents decided to bring their dog, Ellie for Christmas. You should have seen this squealing boy who loves to follow, play, and snuggle into this very patient dog. Almost, just almost makes me want to have a little dog of our own. Don't worry, I am over it now.


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