Monday, January 4, 2010

A past due Christmas post

Merry Christmas!

It's been a busy couple weeks! With Travis home for Christmas break it was hard to find time to do any computer stuff. We watched a lot of Prison Break during our free time - of which there was little...

We celebrated Christmas Eve and Christmas Day here with my parents this year. Savannah was awesome at opening everyone's gifts. Once she got into ripping paper mode, we couldn't stop her.
One of her favorite gifts this year was a box of animal crackers from my dad. She has never been able to have her VERY OWN bag of animal crackers before... or for long. We ended up prying them from her hands because she was going to eat them all in one sitting.
Here's a good one of what Christmas looked like in Oklahoma. We went down there for a few days after Christmas. There were so many gifts, I'm still trying to figure out what all we brought home. You can tell travis is back there going "ooooo, that's nice Savannah".
Normally we can look forward to our trip down south because it's a good 20 degrees warmer there at Christmas time. Not this year. They had just had a big storm before we got there and it was *almost* as cold there. Savannah scored this new snow suite though!
And this is just a snap shot of how we ended our Christmas visit. The night before we left Savannah experienced her first night of the flu. She threw up 8 times in 6 hours. Mostly on me. In the morning Travis' brother's family jetting out (so they wouldn't get sick too) and Savannah cuddled up with Grammy for a while. She's not super cuddley these days so it was kind of a nice change of pace. She was done puking by noon so we decided to head home. Her being sick probably made the 9 hour drive home a little easier.
Some Favorite gifts:
A stroller for Savannah's babies
A tent for Savannah to play in with all her new toys
A game that actually electrocutes people for fun (not for Savannah - for Travis)
A coat (me)


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