Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Is it too late to post Christmas pictures?



Oh good. I was worried it was.  

In that case,  

























Oh, there's no place like home for the holidays
'Cause no matter how far away you roam
If you want to be happy in a million ways
For the holidays you can't beat home, sweet home


8 comments:

Susan said...

It's never too late to re-live the joy, the love, the memories!!!!

Kristin said...

hahaha! the giant spoon!! and he has his mouth open for it!! no, no, Eddie, please, we all know how you really are in the highchair. don't even pretend you're up for all that... i love him.

Mike said...

Never too late for Christmas pictures.

Kristin said...

That picture of your kids when they saw their Christmas surprise is priceless. How can you not want to just spoil them rotten when you get a reaction like that!! I love it!!

krissiecook said...

Your family is so adorable you could post photos from Christmas 2004 and I would still be thrilled. But not 2003. There's a blogging statute of limitations, ya know.

Lorie said...

Beyond cute! Of course I think my favorite picture is Jack on the floor at the ward party! ;D

Lisa said...

I would not even consider a post about Christmas 2004 to be too late because it means we get a blog entry from you!

Until I saw the picture of Jack on the floor, I was worried that you guys were the only people in attendance at your ward's Christmas party.

Also, I just want to say that I truly admire whichever branch of your family owns that huge fork + spoon wall set. We searched high and low for a fork + spoon for our kitchen wall and were only able to find a moderately-sized Hobby Lobby pair. Of course the fork hangs higher than the spoon, since the wife's the fork and the husband's the spoon.

Jane said...

I love these!! Let's do it all over again very soon!!

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