Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Christmas with Mom mom and Pop pop

Dave's parents stopped by on their way home from Kristie's so Christmas was extended by a few days! Like our "tree?" It sure is easier to put up and take down than the traditional variety.
Linda made an adorable stuffed monkey for Trudy. We named her Margaret before deciding that wasn't cool since Trudy and I have an Aunt Margaret so she's Maggie for short

 Mom mom made Trudy a fleece Eeyore jacket with Eeyore buttons. Once she decided to put it on, we couldn't take it off her without her crying! Didn't matter than the woodburning stove had the house up to 75 degrees and she was sweating. She had to have this on! 

 Weebles wobble but they don't fall down.




 PJ's from Aunt Dawn.
 A cowgirl ornament.

 Now that she has her own phone, maybe she can refrain from dunking ours into drinking glasses.


















 Mom picked out the cutest outfit and accessories for me. I couldn't have done better if I was shopping for myself!



 Dad didn't feel the same way



Thanks for stopping by to visit, Mom mom and Pop pop. We hope you can stay longer next time.



Sunday, December 25, 2011

Christmas Day 2011

We spent Christmas Day between church and my parents' house. Our Christmas breakfast at church was so yummy I want to have one every week! Brandon, Aran, Mom, and Dad all ministered with special music and Dad preached an uplifting (I know, right?) Christmas message.



Cowboy boots from Papa. They squeak!
Crimson Tide and Hoot Owl pillowcase dresses from Katy and Bella



Eeyore in his Christmas jammies





Reindeer Eeyore (are we sensing a theme here?)

A Smurf coloring book for Daddy and Trudy to color together.

A knife..yay.

Stocking stuffers











She immediately removed the panda bear ice cream truck driver and replaced it with an Eeyore Christmas ornament the same size. This child is obsessed!





Homemade vanilla. It takes a year and a half to make! Not a last-minute gift this one.


How cool is this barbed-wire sign? I'm not sure which Cedillos were involved in the making of it, but they did a great job.




Dad got a worn farm and you'd think someone had given him a brick of gold. Gardener's are a different breed! I can't say much myself. ;)



A basket of goodies for the Cedillos - guess who gets the basket.



Doomsday supplies for Dad.  Between this and the worm farm he can now ride out the apocalypse.



Sweet T Brighton bracelet for Gigi



Roll Tide!


A drill!
Portable DVD player to help Trudy during long trips.
Aran being silly

And the rest of us being silly too thanks to our Christmas crackers. 


Merry Christmas, ya'll! So glad we could spend it together.