Above: I can't decide if I want to put the bins back in the game room or in the garage. I like for them to be close to me so I can protect them all year... lol
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
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The #1 song the day I was born was "I Just Want to Be Your Everything" by Andy Gibb. Who is Andi Gibb?
Monday, December 29, 2008
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Thursday, December 25, 2008
Above: Eric's sister sent this to Poopie and he is a "Cars" freak so he was sooo happy. :) Above: Daddy had video duty...
Below: Uncle Isaac (Eric's brother) is one of Poopie's heroes because he is a "Cops" as Poopie calls him (he is a LA County Sheriff) so he sent Poopie a real replica of a LA Sheriffs car that came with a REAL police patch/badge. Poopie LOVES his police car and in this pic, he is showing us his Cops face. lol
Below: Miguel found one of the gifts I had hidden in the tree. I like to hide other gifts around so it keeps the fun going after they thing it is over. :)Above - this year we had a WONDERFUL secret Santa who brought the kids some really cool gifts. Andi LOVES HSM and she was THRILLED to get this CD from Santa.
Below: Every year, we collect all the paper and let the kids play in it like fall leaves. the paper is the best part of Christmas! :)
Below: Pops & Nana sent us SEASON TICKETS TO SIX FLAGS! (aka Magic Mountian for you Cali peeps. :)
For Christmas Dinner, we had our friends and neighbors Joni & Kent, Stephanie & Gabe, Lillie and Connor. (the kids) We had a gift exchange, shared dinner, played a game and enjoyed each others company.
Below: Poopie calls Gabe his "best friend." :)
Below: last but not least, here is our 2008 "Wall of Love." We started this tradition the first Christmas after we were married. I love walking past the wall and looking at the cards every day. Do you see you card up there? :)
Wednesday, December 24, 2008
Anyway, tonight we hung our "real" stockings up on the fireplace, (I keep "for looks only" ones up until Christmas Eve) and the kids opened one gift each which were new jammies from Eric's parents. After leaving cookies for Santa, they eagerly went on their way upstairs. I LOVE this time of year. I love traditions, family time and experiencing everything through the eyes of our kids. So... with no further a-do... Here are the pics of the Hill Family Christmas Eve...