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Christmas Night

We spent Christmas evening with K-Kay's side of the family.  We had a great time!!!!  Jon smoked some great meat!  I ate way too much!

This bedroom made me happy to know we are not the only ones with toy overload!

I love this picture of my sweet in-laws.

Steve and Uncle Charlie











Comments

Tara G. said…
We shop for our girls' clothing in the same place! :)
Renee said…
I love their kitchen!
Candis Berge said…
Hi Laurie, do you remember the gal (me) who asked you to name your husband's aunt's roast because lots of my friends were making it and you came up with the name "mississippi roast?" Well, it is now very well known. I had done a blog post in Jan of 2011 that got pinned on pinterest again and again (not my plan at all, I was just doing it for the few friends who read my blog) - if you google mississippi roast you will find tons of images now. Just thought you should know since you named it! Crazy.
Unknown said…
You have the most perfect looking family!

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