Sunday, December 28, 2008

Christmas Morning... our house

Talk about a picture-perfect Christmas morning... candles glowing, music playing, snow falling, and boys opening presents under the tree...

Gunnar












If Tate could only have gotten one present for Christmas, this is what he would've picked. I'd put money on him having mentioned "Jungle Cutter" every single day since his birthday in early November.

Tater-bliss.







A boy's Christmas just wouldn't be complete without weapons and projectiles. Wyatt likes to hold his sideways, like a cross-bow.

3 comments:

leahlefler said...

Legos! I can't wait to start getting the regular sized ones (we're in Duplo land). Matt received lacing beads from his grandmother and immediately turned the strings into a projectile force (hurling toys like a slingshot with them). Sigh...

Julie said...

Oh Leah, that's hilarious! Such a boy thing to do!

It'll be fun when your boys "graduate" to the bigger-kid smaller Legos, but I kind of miss the Duplo Days :0)

kristen@nosmallthing said...

I had to laugh at the weapons and projectiles comment you made...my six year old got a gun, and the five year old got a disk shooter. Yes, weapons and projectiles make the Christmas celebration complete.

:)