It's the last day of Christmas, so I think I can still get away with some Christmas photos, can't I? We had a very drawn-out celebration, opening gifts over many days due to sickness and family and friends' travel schedules. We had three little open-gifts-with-friends moments, a quiet Christmas day with just our little family of three, and a big belated Christmas with my extended family of ten. Each one was special, and it was actually really nice to draw it out over time.
Checking out her new tree house with Tim.
Checking to see if Eric liked her present. She'd thought of it herself--"we should get him some yarn, so he can make himself a hat"--and chose the yarn from our stash.
Opening "her" stocking on Christmas morning. (I haven't actually made her one yet. This is one of a set of three my mother made for me and my sisters when we were little. I loved getting to share it with her, and she loved it, too.)
Playing with the amazing mouse family made for her by our 7-year-old friend, Jenna.
Stockings (again, from my childhood) awaiting my family on our belated Christmas morning.
Everyone gathered here, like I like it.
Playing with a game from "Great Jane," in the Christmas dress from Granny.
Silliness with Bob and Alexa. (Our family Christmases seem to always require a silly-costumes shot.)
Three cousins look at Lucy's annual grandparent-gift photo album.