Our Christmas Morning 2009

Today was our Christmas morning! We’re going out of town Sunday night after church, and tomorrow is the Children’s Christmas party at church, so we decided to do it today and have the day to enjoy our “toys.”
Jackson didn’t really know what was going on, but he came in our room at 7:45 and went to Jamin, and said, “get up.” It was so on cue!

Jackson is a SLOOOOWWW present opener. We will work on this!
Timothy, my little reindeer, trying to open his present (or eat it!)

Getting so sleepy. We put him back down for a nap right after the gifts.
Jackson playing with his new over-$100 wooden train that we got for $20!

After he played with it for a few minutes. He doesn’t understand why you can’t sit on it, crawl on it, etc.

Our first annual Boyer Family Christmas Brunch! Hash brown casserole, carrot cake cream cheese muffins, ham, eggs, biscuits, pears, and pink salad.
Jamin and sweet Timothy the reindeer
My cutie-pie!

Oh, the memories! I love Christmas. And it’s better each year! Jackson is big enough to have fun now, but he doesn’t fully grasp it. Even as I type, he is playing with the same old trucks he always plays with, and a few train cars.
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3 thoughts on “Our Christmas Morning 2009

  1. Your boys are SO handome! Thanks for sharing your "Christmas" morning with us! :o)

  2. Awww. So much fun! The food looks great, too. It really doesn't matter which day you do it šŸ™‚

  3. So precious!! It looks like you all had a wonderful day and made some sweet memories!

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