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A Very Merry Christmas Eve




We spent our Christmas with Steve's parents in Collierville, Tn.  We had a very nice time and the girls LOVED playing with their cousins.  Here they all are:  Meg, Reid, Kay-K and Pop.

 This BEAUTIFUL baby girl is about the best baby I have ever been around!  She eats good, sleeps good and never cries.  You just turn your head in her direction and she smiles.  She turned one a couple of weeks ago.
 We spent Christmas Eve at Granny's house in Mississippi.  The girls had so much fun playing.  Here is Ava Katherine and Maddie.  I must say that we ate some wonderful food on this day.

Loving on Granny.

 Allison, Sam Henry and Josh
 Precious little Madden, his mom Olivia, Cissy, Stephanie
Olivia, Madden and Matt



All the little cousins draw names for gifts.  Here are all the children waiting to tear into their gifts.

It was a VERY Merry Christmas!

Comments

Tara G. said…
So sweet to see all the kids together!!
Angie said…
I love that you all get everyone together. Looks like it was a great Christmas!
Kim said…
Looks like you had a busy Christmas!! It was SO nice to meet you at church in Collierville last Sunday after reading your blog for several years. (I am about 8 months behind on blogging!!) You have a precious family! :)

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