Christmas: hitting the high notes.

I guess since tomorrow is St. Patrick’s day it’s time for me to blog about Christmas. I thought about just letting it go but I can’t bring myself to miss a Christmas morning post.

As he always is in the morning, B-Ro started the day off in a fog. Needless to say, he’s not our morning kid.

After reading Santa’s letter, they started in on their gifts.

Sarah was delighted to find Chaco sandals in her pile of three Santa gifts. Despite our insistence that sandal were not an appropriate gift for the Winter, Santa overruled us. He also brought her a password journal and a ukelele.

Her brother kept her well-stocked in hand sanitizers.

He knows his sister well.

Ephraim received a new baseball glove from Santa, a ukelele and…something else. I can’t remember. It’s been three months, what can I say.

Uncle Tory and Aunt Parmy gave him a super cool lego kit which he spent the rest of the day working on.

That is, when he wasn’t inspecting the new telescope from Mom and Dad. 

(This year he says he’s asking for a Hubble telescope from Santa. Heaven help us.)There was a definite ukelele learning curve but eventually both kiddos picked it up (no pun intended) and played a couple little ditties for us. 

Sarah changed the voice-activated password on her new journal about a thousand times,

And Ephraim got decked out for some sporting outside with Dad.

And those, my friends, are the high notes of Christmas ‘ 14.

ellen pattonMarch 17, 2015 - 8:22 am

I just googled “password journal”. I’ve never heard of them. How cool!

misty selakMarch 18, 2015 - 6:16 am

ryan is taking ukele in school right now!

Aunt LuMarch 21, 2015 - 7:54 am

Thanks for blogging I SO enjoy keeping up with what you all are doing even if it is a few month behind 🙂

J.J.April 28, 2015 - 7:54 pm

The brother in this house likes to wreck the password for the owner of the password journal. 7 year old boys.

Hoping the ukulele grabs her interest over the summer, it’s been sitting here since Christmas! Tips?

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