Ben got tickets to the Peach Bowl for Christmas so he and I went down to Atlanta to ring in the New Year. We went to the game... which was really fun. It was a really good game... even though Clemson didn't win. Then we meet up with some friends and hung out for a while. The next morning we just grabbed breakfast at a Waffle House and then hit the road to get home for dinner at Gigi's.
Wednesday, December 26, 2007
After all the Christmas activites at Jeanie's house she had everything ready for the boys to make smores. We all went outside and roasted marshmellows... it was really fun. Jeb just enjoyed cooking the marshmellows for others to eat and Kyler just enjoyed eating anything off of the food table. Kyler definitly thought he was as big as the rest of the boys! Good idea Jeanie... we might have to make this a tradition, if the weather permits!
We went up to Jeanie and Dave's to celebrate on the day after Christmas. The boys had a great time playing together on the porch and outside. We had a nice meal and then we had a lot of fun opening gifts. I especially loved my awesome gift from Lane!
Tuesday, December 25, 2007
We had a Christmas celebration with the Knight family on Christmas day at Abby and Jonas's house. It was a lot of fun... and the kids had a great time tearing the playroom down. It was fun to see baby Samuel... he has already grown so much. Bradley thinks he is the sweetest thing. The boys also had a great time performing a dance show for us and trying on all of Jeb's cowboy gear that he got from Santa. We also all got a kick out of Marsha's and Myra's Christmas costumes... Marsha was Mrs. Clause and Myra was one of Santa's elves!
Monday, December 24, 2007
We had the Addis Christmas this year at Gigi and Papa's. We had a big dinner and then opened up gifts. It was a lot of fun and the kids really had a great time, especially with all of their ride on toys from Mamaw and Poppie. It didn't take Coop or Kyler long to figure out how to make them go. Bradley was also excited to have the biggest present... that was wrapped up anyway.