Sunday, December 29, 2013

Christmas 2013

We’re midway through our visit home, Christmas behind us, New Year’s still ahead.
We’ve had some sad moments, this being the first Christmas after losing four family members this year, but we also had some really great ones, too.

I’ll let the pictures tell the story:

Luxembourg sure was deckin’ some halls.  This one made me smile every time we drove by.

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Hannah was a snowflake in her school’s Christmas program. She said her line perfectly and with gusto.

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An evening at the Medieval Christmas Market in Rodemack, France.

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Christmas morning with Aunt Traci.

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It’s gonna be hard to top the Christmas pajamas next year.  They’re my favorite. 

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Whose idea was it to buy voice changing mega phones for all the cousins?

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Never mind.

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Santa baby.

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We took the kids to see Santa.  Hannah told him that they flew all the way from Luxembourg to see him.   

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Hannah is well past the age of being scared of Santa and Finn smiled the whole time.  I have to admit, I was kinda expecting (and secretly hoping) for something like this:

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We had a wonderful Christmas, this being Finley’s first.
I love being home with family and celebrating the birth of our Savior.

Christmases past here, here, and here.

1 comment:

  1. How great that you get to be home to spend Christmas with family. The pictures are great!

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