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Christmas Fun

We had Christmas with my parents on Saturday night. We had a good time and we loved watching the girls get so excited about opening their gifts. Emily really loved GIVING the gifts to Meme and Granddaddy.
Sarah Kate got a "PUTER" as Emily calls it. I think Emily was more excited about it than her sister.
My Daddy
I really think their favorite gifts were the umbrellas Meme got them. They have played with them non-stop. Emily says she is Mary Poppins.
They were also thrilled with their candy canes. Emily calls those "candy cans"
Emily's choir sang on Sunday morning. They did fabulous!
They also sang on Sunday night and then had a party.

Special friends!!!!
Here is Emily's elf that she drew the other day. I thought it was great work.

My girls do not know what stockings are. I asked Emily if she had seen Frankie today and she said, "oh yes, he is in the foot thing."
I heard Steve ask Sarah Kate if she had seen Frankie and she said, "he in the boot!"

I hugged Emily when she got in bed and she told me I smelled like a chocolate cake. I have not eaten any chocolate tonight. Oh well....I am taking that as a compliment.

Comments

Jamie said…
I love the part about smelling like a chocolate cake. I would take it as a compliment too! They smell good!!!
Tara G. said…
I love kids' compliments!! What a sweet memory to treasure up in your heart!!
nicole said…
I've been a reader of yours for about a year now, and some of your comments just make me LAUGH soo hard. The 'he in the boot' and chocolate cake compliment is just too funny. Kelly wasn't kidding when she said you were hilarious.
KatieB. said…
Her elf drawing is great! She is very talented. Your girls always make me smile and I love when you write how they speak. Makes me want daughters one day.
Reese Ray said…
HA! That is too funny! Your girls are precious! :-)
Mallory said…
Emily's drawing is great! Your posts always make me laugh, your kids say the funniest things!
Nancy said…
HA! I love it! Chocolate cake!! I'm sure that means you smell fabulous because who doesn't love to smell chocolate cake. :)
Lauren said…
Precious pictures and Emily is a RIOT!!!!!! :)
I just can't help but laugh so hard when I read some of your posts. Your girls are hilarious!
Holly said…
Looks like you had a great early Christmas! I also love Emily's elf drawing! :)
Kristy said…
I just had to tell you that I tried your roast recipe yesterday and it was sooooo good. I couldn't wait to eat it after smelling it cooking all day! So good! Thank you for sharing!!! Love reading your blog - you are so funny and have the cutest family! :)
Sasha said…
My daughter also used to say "Candy Cans"! So cute!

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