Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Christmas 2010

This Christmas was a lot of fun. We decided to spend Christmas up at my parents house in Utah. We loaded up our MDX and off we went with loads of presents. The kids got spoiled, the grandkids got spoiled, and best of all we got to spend quality time with family.

This year was a total surprise for all the Grandkids and us. They were able to keep it a surprise from all of us until Christmas day. My Dad made them all wooden lockers and my Mom personalized them all and made their pajamas too. My Dad does such an AMAZING job on all his wood work. He has made us all several items and I absolutely LOVE when he does. We appreciate so much all of the time they put in to everything they make. They are perfect and the kids love them. Thank you sooooo much.
Christmas morning Aiden didn't know what to think. Just another day with lots of presents.

He got loads of stuff...He got a wagon full of blocks...

Tickle Me Elmo from Auntie Tiff Y., a cash register from Auntie Kristal, and a different cash register from us and some fake money...He LOVES money. He says "money, money" everytime he sees any coins or dollar bills. He also got some Tonka Chuck stuff from Cousin Addi and a cute toy broom that talks and plays music.
Santa spoiled him with this cute Power Wheel four wheeler in which he has a blast riding.

Aiden also got a Boogie Bus...loads of stuff in his stocking...a walking dog which he calls "tu tu"...(he carries it around everywhere. It's so cute)...Books, Little People Animal Farm,and a stick horse. He calls all horses "moo's" Anything out in a field is a Moo. He's so cute.

Daddy helping Aiden unwrap some presents at our family party. He had just waken up and didn't know what to think.

Trey got spoiled as well....He got a Nintendo DS XL from Jason's parents and family.

A new XBOX 360 from me and Jason, a router for XBOX Live, and some more games. Santa gave him a stocking full of all kinds of goodies. He gave him a year's worth of XBOX Live and the Call of Duty game that he wanted sooooo much. He got a couple hundred dollars from his Dad's side which is going straight into his college fund, gift cards, and a remote control car. 

Here's a picture of all the Grandkids wearing their super cute jammies grandma made.

The girls.....Mckinlee....Addi....Maci Bo

The boys....Tanner....Britton....Trey....Aiden.....Braxon
Aiden would not put down the piece of jerky...LOL...He loves it.

Aiden stayed up late helping Grandpa put the finishing touches on the lockers on Christmas Eve. He loves all tools and know exactly what they are used for.

Aiden loves to walk in Grandpa boots every time we go up to their house

Randi, Mom, Tiff and Me

And last but not least the Famous Cheesecake from Juniors in NYC. It's a tradition we have started thanks to Jason. He always had this around the holidays when he lived in Jersey. So when we aren't spending the holidays with his family in Jersey then we always have one shipped from New York. It's worth all $50 of it. Seriously, it's soooooo delicious.

We had a great Christmas with loved ones and I hope all of you did too.

P.S.  A big thank you to my hubby for giving me a new lens for my camera that I so desperately wanted. I LOVE all my boys SOOOOOO much. Seriously, words cannot describe how much:)


Tiffany Y said...

wow those wooden lockers are so nice! your dad is really talented! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Brenna said...

Cute pictures. I love the picture of Aiden in your dads boots.

Bobbi said...

I can't believe you finally had a minute to blog... Love all the pictures! Most of all I love all the time we got to spend together!!!!We had a great Holiday season this year!!!!! We had a blast with you guys on New Years Eve.....Trey is so cute to let us sleep in his bed while we were there! Aiden is getting so big! I can't believe how he just runs straight off the couch!!!!Thanks so much for everything! Jason is so generous and a very good man for you........ Love Mom

Kati said...

Those wooden lockers are awesome! I think homemade gifts are the best! That cheesecake looks yummy too, if I ever make it to NYC I'm going to have to try it.