Nathan's Christmas festivities began at school with ginger bread house decorating! The kids did such a great job ~ this is their delicious Christmas Village. The best part of this decorating event was that Daddy was Nathan's helper!
Our family Christmas card this year was an ornament card of Nathan's school picture. I just love the ornament cards because you can add them to your tree year after year. We only sent them to immediate family because they're probably the only ones willing to place the card on their Christmas tree. :-) We didn't forget our other friends ~ we did something a little different for them this year, but that's in the next post.
|Who's knocking at the door?|
|Holy Christmas! It's Ho Ho!! Run!!!|
|But, wait ~ he has presents. Ok, he's cool. I'll sit on his lap.|
We had a very late night on Christmas Eve, so we thought Nathan would sleep in. Yeah, right! He was up at 6:00am, so the present unwrapping began! Santa wrapped all of Nathan's gifts in Elmo paper. Can you believe that? Those elves really know what Nathan likes and don't mind going the extra mileto see him smile.to his collection.
didn't think it was so funny. She's returning it for the black one.
And, here it is. The toy of all toys ~ Rockin Elmo!!! Oh, I knew this was going to be the hit of the year! Elmo that sings and plays music. Priceless. Nathan also received a Grover microphone that sings some of Nathan's favorite songs together with Elmo. It's amazing how these toys all communicate with each other.
Thank you to all those who generously gave of yourself to Nathan and our family. I couldn't begin to mention every thoughtful gift, but each and every one is greatly appreciated. From my Coach keychain with Nathan and Danny's pictures in it to Nathan's handmade backpack. For all the gift cards and Christmas wishes ~ thank you. We hope that your Christmas was a Holy and blessed day. xxoo