Sunday, January 10, 2010

A Very Merry December

**WARNING: This post may be of extreme length. I wanted to fit all of December in one post!
December 4th - Decorating for Christmas!

If you look closely in the background, you can see the potholder Versii placed on the tree. The have loops, so they must be ornaments right?

Dec. 5th - Paxton climbed into the laundry basket, all by himself.

Dec. 5th - Outdoor fun!

Dec. 7th - Christmas came early?!
Kaden had showed Versii all his presents, so one day when I went into the laundry room to switch the laundry, this is what I come out to find. I was only in there for 5 minutes and he already openned 3 presents!

Dec. 8th - Paxton

Dec. 15th - Christmas with Kaden
This was Kaden's year to spend Christmas with his Mama, so Santa came early to our house and brought Kaden a Nintendo DS with some games. Of course he knew about Kaden's love for Mario. We let Versii open one present too. And Paxton was just happy with the wrapping paper.

A Very Mario Christmas to you!

Dec. 18th - Playing at the Park
Paxton's first time in the swing.

Dec. 18th - Versii's new short haircut
This is the first time we've shaved Si's head. He hates getting his hair cut, screams bloody murder! But the kid has calics like you wouldn't believe, so the back half of his hair just sticks straight up most of the time now.

Dec. 19th - A Visit with Santa Claus

Versii was so excited that Santa gave him a truck and trailer and tracter. On the way home he said, "I Santa give more." --Oh, he also saw Santa getting in a car, at the end of the night. So when my brother asked him if he knew what Santa drove, he said, "A car."

Dec. 24th - Thatcher Family - Christmas Eve

Dec. 25th - Christmas Morning

The boys got a fire/police station house with fire and police men, trio building sets and a few other little toys. Versii was super excited!

So excited he and Daddy had a little nap...a pretend nap really.

Dec. 29th - Snow in Portland

Versii loves trains so much. I found him this pair of train jammies. He loves them so much, he wanted me to draw him a picture of a train and truck and car. Then he proudly presented the picture to everyone in the house.