Sunday, December 28, 2008

What a Riot!!!!

Thanks to Brandon and Brittany for opening up their new home for our Christmas celebration, and what a celebration it was. If a picture is worth a thousand words, this HAS to be at least a million!

Lots of room to play-

Grandpa reads the directions-
Lots of "butt shots".
and mug shots....
Tyler and Grandma Elaine

I got a "butt shot" too!
Brittany looks a LOT more relaxed than I do!

That Gingerbread kit wasn't as easy as the box indicated!!!

One day of babysitting, everyone fed, lots of diaper changes, Patrick and Spongebob finished, all three napping at the same time.....priceless!


Grandma Carol, have paintbrush will travel!

Party like a rock star!

You gotta feel the music, Mom!

Guitar Hero Rookie!

I got my first shiner, Grandma!
Funny Face, I love you-
Is this how you hold this?
Ready for T- ball!
Now, who could not see how many blessings I have received on Christmas and always? From our house to yours, enjoy the moments God has given you and we wish you a wonderful new year! I have heard it said that when you leave this earth, you can take nothing with you....except your family!



7 comments:

Jennifer said...

Way to go, Carol! You are a true Rock Star!

God's Not Finished With Us Yet... said...

I came across your blog through reading Billy's. And when I did I had to laugh because I know....the ginger bread house kit is nothing as easy as it appears to create, is it?? LOL. When we attemtped our, my husband had to bring out the peanut butter to make everything stick better, and it still looked like a shack, instead of a house.

Love your blog....very sweet!

Susan S. said...

You ROCK!!!!! That looks like a blast and what a WONDERFUl family you have to share it all with!

WOW...I'm amazed at your art work......NO WONDER you are an ART teacher....you got it GOIN' ON!!! What a cool gift to share with your family and friends.

Candi said...

It looks like you had a truly blessed Christmas with your family. Nothing is better than experiencing Christmas through the excitement and wonder of your grandchildren. Merry Christmas, Carol. I hope the best for you and your family in 2009. Love, Candi

Debbie Yost said...

That looks like one crazy Christmas, but a lot of fun. You're right, the gingerbread house would have had me twitching a little! We tried to make a gingerbread house one year. They make it sound so easy! I didn't have a kit like that, just a mold to bake the gingerbread in. Then I had to buy all the other ingredients separate. It didn't turn out too well. The frosting wouldn't harden. I'll stick to gingerbread men and leave the messy stuff for school where the kids can enjoy without mom hovering and freaking out!

Alisa Lucas-Brown said...

Carol,
Thanks so much for stopping by Colors of CHRISTmas and for your wonderful comments. Looks like you and yours had a WONDERFUL Christmastime!
I love the way you use the collage of photos in your blog. How do you do that? I am rather new at blogging and have not learned all the tricks yet. See ya soon!

Billy Coffey said...

What a wonderful scene. And Spongebob rocks according to my kids.