Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Christmas 2015

Christmas has come and gone.  It's almost Valentine's and I'm just not getting around to posting Christmas pictures.  I always get the pictures saved and then think when the time is right and I have all the right words to say, then I'll write the post.  Well let's just say I'm not a fancy writer and never will be, so I need to get over that and just post.  Addison and Landry, I hope that one day you will appreciate just the thought.  Daddy and I love you and love capturing life's moments with you.
Northern Lights Festival @ Prestonwood North
Landry and Addison's first time to ice skate.  Addison wasn't a fan so no picture.  This little one kept falling down but would get right back up.  She went around the rink three times by herself.
Frosty and Rudolf
Getting ready to watch Addison prepare in the Northern Lights Performance

Addison's up there somewhere.  She had to perform eight of ten performances that they had.  Needless to say, she was worn out but loved every minute of it.  Her heart for God and performing are a perfect match.  
Someone got a new gun for Christmas!!  He was one happy camper.
Howell Family Christmas at Deb & Rene's
Addison (6) and Ivy (2)
Glassed in garage is the perfect venue for Christmas lunch.  Rene's garage is cleaner than some peoples kitchens.

Landry's First Friends Christmas Performance
She nailed it -  Hand movements and words

Sausage Ball maker
Christmas Eve Service

New Tradition - Sister Present Exchange on Christmas Eve
It was so sweet to see how excited they were to give each other a gift.  They each picked a gift out for the other and they nailed it with the choices that were made.

All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth
Santa found us
Griffin Christmas - Christmas Brunch

Howell/Brundrett Christmas - MeeMaw's deviled egg helper
Learning how to drive on that old dirt road.  Oh the memories of me learning to do the same with my Grandaddy, great grandfather
While in the county, let's pull out the guns and do some shootin'
Clay Skeet Pull Helpers

Older generations teaching the younger generations how to play 42

Christmas with Uncle Gray.  When he walks into the room the girls bounce off the walls.  He gives them his undivided attention the entire time he's here and they love it.  I don't think he ever tells them no.