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Christmas 2013


Here are some pictures from Christmas 2013. I took a bunch of pictures. I'm not going to post them all b/c that'd take up QUITE a bit of space (and it IS May and I feel a little weird posting these so late). Anyway, I tried to narrow it down to my favorites (mainly b/c of McKayla's facial expressions).

Anyway, enough with the explanation, here are the pics. :-)

Brownies and milk for Santa and a carrot for Rudolph

Waiting patiently in the hallway.

Peering around the corner at the tree.

Seeing what Santa left (Easy Bake Oven)



Checking out the recipe booklet and stuff that came with the
Easy Bake Oven.



Clothes for her Baby Alive doll.

Her very own digital camera.

MobiGo2

A frosting kit for her Easy Bake Oven.

My Little Pony Equestria Doll

Ready to check out what's in her stocking.

I only posted one of Chris' presents (even tho he got quite a few) but this one was pretty cool (he basically goes from one gift to the next not leaving much chance to get a "good" picture.....typical teenager LOL).

Fathead dinosaurs for Chris! Rawr!

In these next pictures, you'll notice that McKayla has changed into a dress. This isn't normal protocol for us on Christmas morning but there was a reason and you'll see why on my next post. ;-)

A My Little Pony bag

ANOTHER My Little Pony Equestria Doll



I also didn't post pictures of anyone else's gifts. We had a house full with my Mom, Step-Dad, Dad, brother and then my Mother-in-law and Father-in-law came over........and none of them want their pictures taken (although I did sneak in a few b/c Rio was my focus LOL).




Both kids really racked up on Christmas presents. I didn't even show you HALF of what McKayla got and of course Chris got a lot more than just that one BIG item. John and I didn't do to shabby either. :-D

It was a GREAT Christmas spent with loved ones! We all got lots of neat toys and we're STILL playing with them (it is, after all May :-D).


I hesitated even posting these, I mean, it's sooooo horribly late to be posting Christmas stuff when it's May. I'd played around with the idea of post-dating them but then that would get complicated b/c I posted that "Catch-Up" post back in March mentioning all the posts I had lined up. That would mean I'd have to go back to already published posts, re-post with a post-date and then delete the "Catch-Up" post and THEN that'd mean I'd have to post-date all the OTHER posts I HAVEN'T published yet. Figured it wasn't worth it, I mean, what's the huge harm in posting things this late? So it may be a little confusing, especially with Christmas pics and snow pics when it's Spring/Summer but I never claimed to be normal LOL

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  1. You mean Rio didn't get to the brownies or milk!?!? Hahaha! Cute pics

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    1. Well, if we hadn't put them in the microwave (and left a note for Santa telling him where they were), Rio might have! I'm not a new Dane owner. Haha!

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  2. There is nothing wrong with posting late Christmas photos! I love seeing them. :D

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    1. Yay! I'm glad I'm not weird for posting them so late. Haha.

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