Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas

Our Christmas has been good - how about y'alls? It has been special this year - seeing Kennedy "truly experience" the holiday. She now knows what it is about and watching her sing "Happy Birthday Jesus" today before blowing out the candle and licking every last ounce of cream cheese icing off of her red velvet cupcake just melted my heart. I thought it would be fun to share some pictures and videos of Christmas...through a 3 year old's eyes.

So many little time....that's why we had 4 different opening sessions here at the Taylor house - NO JOKE! Look at all those. Man, she's loved!
 Aunt Janine and Uncle Joshie bought here these rockin' converse - can't wait to see these on!
 Her Aunt, Uncle and Cousin gave her this game called Take the Cake and we had big fun playing - she won the first round! =)
 Nana and Pawpaw bought her this musical ballerina jewelry box and she was totally enamored with it from the get go. So sweet! She kept trying to figure out how she could hold her hands and dance with her.

 Christmas communion at Tim's parents church was last night. I love Christmas Eve services. They just "get your mind right" if you know what I mean. I am thankful this is always part of our holiday when we are here.
 My grandmother gave these little red coats to Kennedy and her cousin. I am happy that we've had a couple years now of getting to wear it because I think it's so sweet. Luckily I was able to get one picture of her in it because she was ready for more present opening at this point!
 Nana and Pawpaw gave her Hungry Hungry Hippos. Who doesn't love that game? It never gets old! She loves it.
This morning we woke up to a wonderful white Christmas as did a lot of you I feel sure. Thanks for the new snow boots Honey and Big Jim - they came none too soon. =) Kennedy has never gone sledding before but the combination of the snow and Nana and Pawpaws hilly yard made it possible and she has now officially gone sledding. I don't know who had more fun - those watching her sled or her actually doing it.

Last but certainly not least - she learned this song for part of her Christmas program at school. She decided she'd share it with the family today after lunch and I am so glad she did. What could be sweeter?

~Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!~

1 comment:

  1. Oh Lindsy! Looks like a wonderful Christmas and I loved all the little video clips. Too Sweet! God bless you and your beautiful family this Christmas and throughout the New Year! Glad you enjoyed the snow! ;-)