Christmas Eve gingerbread house making with lots of family:
I love the excitement! We didn't have much to spend this year but they didn't care. The gifts from the dollar racks at Target were just as much fun to them to open - can't imagine that'll last forever but we'll take advantage of it while it's still here!
Then Christmas night we did something very untraditional and went to the Blazer game as a family. My dad's client gave him a luxury box and we had a blast with my parents, my siblings and sister-in-law, Aunt Patti and Uncle Jim, Uncle Craig, Grandma and Grandpa Berne, Grandma and Grandpa Smith, Coop's parents, and the Colletts. I sure hope I remembered to mention everybody. It was fun all being together on Christmas!
The girls had the time of their life and the space to roam around and say, jump on the soft chairs was very appreciated.
They would come and cheer at times too. The highlight was Jell noticed how people had made signs and got their picture on the big screen so she wrote go blazers on a pad of paper about 3 inches x 4 inches (the only paper we had) and kept holding it up for all to see.