The day after Christmas we headed to Oklahoma. It was so fun watching all of the boys play together! They started out by being drug around in a box. What kid doesn't love playing in a box? :)
Later that night after the little ones had already had their bath, it was time to open presents. The boys loved their Santa bags.
Hudson was excited to give the last of his gifts to Paw-Paw and Nana...a bug book and earrings.
Paw-Paw was surprised to get a new guitar with guitar lessons. He used to play for Shani and I growing up and has been talking about having his guitar fixed so he could play for his grand kids. It was so fun to watch him open it! :)
I managed to snap a few pictures of these cuties playing the next day. Love them!!
We were blessed to have such a wonderful Christmas filled with family time.
Christmas day was wonderful this year! We were blessed to spend all day at home, in our jammies, playing, and watching Christmas movies. It was fabulous!
We started the morning by having Hudson open up his final bag from Aunt Fern. She made him a green bag for each day leading up to Christmas. His final bag had 25 one dollar bills in it. He absolutely loved this treat from Aunt Fern!
Sweet brothers about to open presents. I LOVE this picture!!!
Stocking time!! Aunt Fern made both of the stockings for the boys. They make me smile. :)
Holden loved all of the paper and boxes while Hudson dug in to his gifts.
Hudson was most excited about this gift. This is what he asked Santa for.
Hudson bought gifts for everyone at the Holiday Store at his school again. He was so excited for each of us to open them. He gave Noni Dallas Cowboy bracelets.
He gave Daddy a Longhorn bracelet.
He picked out earrings for me. (Excuse the pictures with no makeup!!)
Holden loved his new table.
After gifts, I made a cinnamon roll Christmas tree.
After breakfast, Daddy and Hudson worked on some mosaics that he got for Christmas. He loved them!
We spent the rest of the day playing and watching Christmas movies. Hudson's favorite was National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation...he belly laughed through the whole thing!!
The Sunday before Christmas we surprised Hudson with our tradition of putting golden tickets in his bed. He was SO excited when he found them under his sheets! Noni stayed with Holden while we headed to get hot chocolate and to Deerfield to see the lights. Such a fun night!
I am a former teacher turned stay at home Mom to my precious sons, Hudson and Holden. I have been married to my husband Kelly for 15 years. I absolutely love being a mommy and thank God every day for my family and friends!