Ok, I guess I'll FINALLY post photos since I got time to go through them.
Here's DD on Christmas Eve putting out her magic reindeer food she made at daycare. I think it's oats and red cake sprinkles.
In her new Christmas PJs. After this pic I had to take the pants off and take them in an inch on each side as they were falling down!
Cookies for Santa. She's so big she carried them out on a ceramic plate!
She was pretty excited that Santa brought her an Olivia doll (total Thrift Store score!). She takes it everywhere!
Opening her big sister book. It's a really great one!
Eating some popcorn hubby made with my fancy new popper!
Ok, now one gratuitous chocolate shot. I'm not sure what my mom and hubby were thinking to buy me all this stuff! My stocking was all chocolate save a magazine and some ear bud earphones. Ugh. I think they were lazy. I put lots of time/thought into their stockings. Anyways, I totally laughed when I laid all this out...oh, and I'd already eaten a large box of Jolly Rancher gummies!
Awesome pics Heather!! Reindeer food - what fun! Gotta love those thrift store finds. My baby girl got an American Girl for Christmas just like her big sisters, because we found one for cheap, at a thrift store. Other wise, no way would she have gotten one.
Christmas Eve - everything is all set for the kiddos to come out the next day.
Baby boy got blocks for Christmas, but it was the girls who made a big tower.
Dessa showing off one of her new American girls at the new table the girls got. They also each got a new Madame Alexander doll that is being displayed.
When we were busy with other stuff, baby boy decided to clean out a cabinet - naughty baby!
The girls also got a TON of art supplies, and they made puppets in the afternoon. Ellie is showing off the puppet she made in my siggy pic.
Great pics Laurie! I love how all your girls will sit for pictures. I have trouble enough with getting my ONE to sit still. She does it once in a while but the goofy factor is big with her.
Last year K's stocking topper was a Grover doll a friend gave us for free. LOL. Too funny. I love thrift store finds but within reason. I got my mom the first two seasons of Golden Girls from a thrift store for under $10. She seemed pretty excited. She used to watch the show when I was little and the price was so good I couldn't pass it up.