ATTITUDE IS A LITTLE THING THAT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. ~
Winston Churchill




Friday, January 15, 2010

Christmas 2009

Here are some highlights of our Christmas activities. Winston was full of the magic of the season and made everything so fun. With Zack and Bo gone, we're sure grateful to have him.

Winston was a great helper making sugar cookies.
And then frosting them too. (Although I think more frosting ended up in his mouth than on the cookies.)
Singing "Jingle Bells" with his Aunt Heidi at Grandma's Christmas party. Jingle Bells is his favorite Christmas Carol - at least for now.
Winston played a shepard in the Nativity reenactment. (His costume stayed on for about 5 minutes. By then he'd had enough and off it came.)
Bo sent a special ornament for Winston all the way from Germany. When you pull the string on the bottom, the arms and legs fly up. Winston loved it.
Christmas Eve opening his new pajamas.
Christmas morning just before Winston woke up. He actually slept in until 8:00 am. :)
Opening his "new" N64 game system complete with games - courtesy of his brothers. ;)
He loved tearing off the wrapping paper.
Busy painting on his new Lighting McQueen giant coloring book while we made breakfast.

We had a great Christmas this year. The highlights were getting to talk to Zack on Christmas Eve, talking to Bo on Christmas Day and spending lots of time with our family here at home. Winston had a full day and was ready for bed by the time we made it back home after visiting grandparents and cousins.

3 comments:

Lauri's Photography said...

Winston adds so much love to your family... you are so blessed to have him. God new it was just what you needed. :)

Britt said...

He is such a cutie! Winston is one lucky kid -he has two big brothers who look out for him (and thebest Mom and Dad ever). So cute!

Cewek-Cewek Community said...

nice time, and I look funny child here, so cute.