Sunday, December 27, 2015

It's a wrap, 2015 Christmas

Christmas is once again over.  Our decorations will stay up for a couple more days.  I am actually looking forward to boxing them up and to start decorating without them.  Hoping to get some pictures on the walls. 
K. Bug got a phone and a selfie stick for Christmas.  We didn't know she got it until all of a sudden she comes in the room with it.  It was so funny.

 
 
 Our son and his wife and Miss Mabel.  Our son was not feeling well.  Miss Mabel had her hair all pretty to go to church on Christmas eve.
Her brother's hair always looks prefect.
 
 
 Miss Mabel got a Grace doll. She looked shocked that she got it at our house instead of Christmas morning.
 
 K. got a Mary Ellen doll and Goose got a desk for Kit.
 
 
 
And here is K. with the selfie stick, hah.
These girls would gladly stay in the jammies all day long.  And then there is the telescope.  You should have seen Grampy and our DIL putting it together.
 
Poor Goose is exhausted.
 
We were missing these cuties  this year.  They got lots of snow in Colorado. 
 
And last but not least is our youngest son Chris and his girlfriend and her son Michael.
 
Now, the fun begins.  Returning to normal post holiday takes me awhile.  It has been a busy last couple of months.  But, we survived the move then Christmas.
 
I hope that your Christmas was full of joy.  There always is some sadness and some is hard to over come.  The holidays seem to bring on hope for the new year for us all.
 
 
 

15 comments:

Julia said...

Hi Debby, it looks like a lovely Christmas at your new house. I can't believe how much Miss K. grew. She looks so grown up.

Wishing you Happy New Year with Good Health, Peace, Joy, Love and Contentment in your new home.
Hugs,
JB

Miss Merry said...

You look so "at home" in your new house! Merry Christmas to all of your family!

20 North Ora said...

Debby - Looks like you had a great Christmas! It's so great to have family around.

Judy

Patti said...

You all look happy! Love the dollies for the grandgirls. Such good times for you! Merry Christmas!

laurie said...

you have a beautiful family and the house looks lovely, so festive!
Thank you for sharing such happy Christmas,

Susie said...

Debby, So nice you got photos of all your family. That's something I did not do at our gathering. Now you can relax , what with the hustle and bustle over. Blessings to all, xoxo,Susie

pogonip said...

What a lovely family gathering--especially with those grands! I've started on AG doll clothes and accessories for my Rosebud when she gets big enough--with a head start I might actually have them ready in a couple of years, lol! Wishes for many more happy gatherings in your new homestead!

vivian said...

Glad you had a nice christmas Deb! and now we're all ready for a new year. I am dreading putting all this stuff away though! lol!
happy New year my friend!
xoxo
vivian

bj said...

Dear Debby,O, don't we love our families....so glad you had a good holiday...and glad it was spent with family.
O, and the cookies....I bought them at Walmart, all baked and ready to decorate (all the decorating stuff was included...I thought they were the cutest things...and the best surprise...they were delicious.

E said...

Debby looks like you guys had a great Christmas, what fun to have family surrounding you! The new place looks really great can't wait to see more of it. Happy New Year to you (don't get carried away with too much partying :) ! XO E

Musings from Kim K. said...

I've been behind on blog reading. Wishing you belated Christmas with extra hugs. Your family pictures are so precious. I'm loving every minute home with the girls during our break. We finally got our snow (along with an ice storm). Looking forward to visiting the Aframe for New Years. Happy New Year!

Melanie said...

Hi Debby ~ it looks like you had a nice Christmas. I don't blame your granddaughters for wanting to stay in their pajamas - I could do that all day, too! You asked where my son works (I had mentioned in my blog post that he had to work both Christmas Eve and Christmas until 2 a.m.)...he is a full-time student at a university and he works part-time at a liquor store right near campus. They are open 24/7. Ridiculous, I know. My husband is a 911 dispatcher so I'm used to him working a lot of holidays. This year, he had off for Christmas Eve and Christmas, but 2016 he will be working both days - 12 hour shifts.

You are on-spot that Christmas can also bring sadness which can be hard to overcome. Even though I had a good Christmas, there is always the glaring reality that my oldest son, Phil is not with us anymore. (He passed away 6 years ago at the age of 21.)

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Hi Debby, enjoyed seeing your family's holiday celebration and all the grandkids gifts. Yes, I agree that staying in jimmies is wonderful and kids definitely have the right idea. Christmas can hold its share of sadness too as we remember loved ones no longer with us to celebrate, but we take joy in sharing happiness with those we love. Thanks for your comment showing our grandkids celebrating Christmas. I sent you a separate email to address a couple of the questions you had asked. (No, our VA house remains unsold and yes, we do live now in an apt in NH and yes are closer to family in New England.)

Tammy said...

Happy New Year Debbie. Looks like you had a nice Christmas with family. Wishing you health and happiness in the new year. Tammy

Tammy said...

Oops, y not ie :)