Christmas was great for everyone this year. We started on Christmas Eve morning with a Casper Family breakfast. The food was delicious. I didn’t get any pictures because I was too busy
losing badly beating all the boys at basketball.
Then, we all went to Texas Roadhouse for a late lunch…It’s a little hard to get these boys to look at me for a pictureAnd when they do it look like this.These guys looked, but they don’t look to happy about it.
Then it was off to my family….
For our version of the nativity story.Wrapping the babe in swaddling batman clothes.Glad tidings of great joy…or something like that.
Yes! Just what I wanted…Socks!A quick story…about three days before Christmas, Easton decided he wanted a remote control car from Santa. Well, the problem was that Santa had already gotten something else for him and Ty. But Easton was convinced Santa was going to bring the car. (Side note: Easton has never in his life even mentioned a remote control car…ever.) So, Santa knowing best, left a special note for Easton. Easton was thrilled about that. But more thrilled about what he got from Santa.They each got a razor scooter. Easton opened his first, and the only thing he said was, “BOOM. Scooter.”
Then Ty opened his, and in his sweet little voice said, “Boom Baby. Scooter”Sam was loving her new perfume.Trundle Bundle Super Hero PJ’s. What could be better than that?Sliding down the stairs in them…that’s what.Ty his ultimate favorite thing from Aunt Rebecca and Uncle Ryan…Kitchen utensils. Look at his face…just dreaming up all the things he can make.Poor Sam is always stuck with Jesse’s action movies so we got her a 4 pack of some romantic comedies to even things out.What could it be?Look at that happy face!The boys bonding over some cheese and sausage.Christmas morning we surprised Grandma Leelee with this cute little table. We had to be very sneaky. Jesse and Ace went to get it at jesse’s house after she went to bed. Then set it up (very quietly) for her to see on Christmas.
What a fabulous couple of days, spent with good food, family, and more good food. Merry Christmas!