Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Happy Birthday Baby Jesus

As we wait for this fellow to arrive...................


To bring all the little ones beautiful dolls and toys............................


to be unwrapped with excitement...............................






Just take time to remember THE REASON FOR THE SEASON


HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABY JESUS.




Merry Christmas my friends. This will be last post before Christmas. Things are suddenly getting busy here. Those three little girls are having a sleepover tonight.....what was I thinking. We are making bottle brush jars. Tomorrow my son and his family from Colorado will be here for another Christmas. Then another Christmas with another son and my Hubby on Friday. It is my dream someday that we can have one big Christmas with everyone. Then on Saturday morning Mr. Cozy and I leave for Colorado. We will be spending the week with our daughter and her family. I will try to check in with you while I am there. So have a great holiday and enjoy your families and make lots of COZY memories.




Photos........handpainted manger scences from a friend


The santa and Mabel's doll were made by Pat from All Is Bright. Oh my goodness are you loving them.


Little girls unwrapping presents......by moi, should have hidden that TV cord.




PS. Mother Dear is feeling a bit better. Back to the doctor for her tomorrow. My brother is coming from Alabama to be with her for the holidays.






xo













12 comments:

Julia said...

Merry Christmas Debbie and Happy Birthday Baby Jesus.
I think that you have a lot of celebrating to do with your love ones. Take care. JB

Kimberly said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family! Enjoy your time. See you when you get back.

Gina said...

Merry Christmas Debby! Enjoy your time with your family and have a nice vacation in Colorado!

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

Merry Christmas, Debby!
Happy Birthday Jesus!
May your time with family be blessed!
May the New Year bring many blessings!
Warmly,
deb

Shirley said...

Merry Christmas Debbie, Enjoy spending the time with your family. We will have all of my family together this Christmas. My children and grandchildren. That is my Christmas present. Please be careful if you drive to Colorado because the weather isn't the best at the moment. We had black ice this morning. I am glad your mother is better and your brother is coming to stay with her while you are gone. Enjoy your holiday. Your Missouri Friend.

NanaDiana said...

Merry Christmas,Debbie. You have your priorties straight here. We need to all be mindful of the real meaning of Christmas and not get all caught up in the glitz. Blessings to you and your beautiful family! xo Diana

Pam said...

Merry Christmas! Enjoy your holiday time.

Genie said...

Take care GF and do NOT do too much. So glad Mom is feeling better...hope you are ok, too. Am sitting here in my recliner with my little skate you made me right beside my chair on the table. I love it. Am back on the prednisone because my back is awful again. Hope it get under control before Saturday afternoon when we leave for Eloise’s. I really dread the car ride to Richmond and then to Maryland on Christmas Day. It is going to be a killer. Take care and thanks for the sweet pictures. genie

Kim-A Creative Spirit said...

I love your handpainted decorations... wow you have LOADS of Christmases to make it thru... Safe travels and have a BLESSED and wonderful Christmas with your family.

Cindy said...

Debby! Merry Christmas to you!!! If you are still here, come by Flatirons as I will be working til close tonight.
Blessings,
Cindy

Relyn said...

Christmas Day has flown past. Just now I have a quiet moment between bouts of after-Christmas sale shopping. I wanted to stop by and wish you all the joys of the season. As the quiet week approaches, may you find time to do all the things you most love. May you know, each day, how very blessed and loved you are. Happy Holidays, friend. ~ Relyn

Angie said...

Merry Christmas!! Enjoy your time with family :) I'm sure it will go too quickly, time with family seems to do that. Looking forward to hearing all about it when you get back :)

XOXO,
Angie from Ohio