Saturday, December 27, 2014

The Last Saturday Snapshots of 2014

How can it be Saturday already!  The weeks are flying by. One more week until a brand new year!

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I have a few photos of our Christmas morning ( ie Friday the 26th).  Our daughter and youngest granddaughter drove up from Colorado on Christmas afternoon. GR#4 had to work until noon on the 25th. It has started to snow here and I was so worried about them traveling. But my prayers were answered and they arrived around 6:15 pm. It is normally a 4.5 hour drive. Anyway, here are a few pictures.  The first present opened was to GGS Joseph ( he is nearly 16 months) from Auntie Shasta.

That is his Momma holding Olaf.

My girls have a family tradition of sticking bows in their hair upon opening gifts. Guess J. got his stuck on his back!

This picture is taken in the family room. Right now it is a play room. Gr Grandpa says it looks like Jay Leno's garage!  All the vehicles! And then now there has been added  a castle and a tunnel.  He isn't spoiled...Oh No!  

Hope everyone had a wonderful few days with family. And safe travels as you or your loved ones go back home.

See you next year!


  1. Babies are such a wonderful addition to any holiday! Thanks for sharing...that family room reminds me of when my kids were little....

    Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.

  2. Happy you had such a lovely time!

  3. Little ones bring such delight to Christmas! Looks like your family had a joyous time.
    Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I'm looking forward to seeing pictures of your denim shirt apron.
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  4. What an adorable great grandson! It looks like he had great fun on Christmas!

  5. Oh boy! Christmas and children make special magic, don't they?

  6. Babies are such fun. Lovely photos.

  7. Little ones add so much to the holiday celebrations...thanks for sharing.

    Have a Happy New Year.