Monday, December 31, 2012

Christmas Season

Ok, let's start this post off with some cute girls in some cute dresses. These dresses were a black friday deal that Grandma Deamer bought for the girls. They love them. (Although it could have been a potato sack in pink and they would have loved that it was pink and sparkly.)
Even though they are getting older, it's still hard to get a good picture, but I guess we got kind of decent ones.

I love these cute girls.
Now you've got to have pictures of decorating the tree.
There's Rylee with her firetruck ornament.

I love this one of Reese and her daddy lifting her up.
Oh no! I didn't get one with Rylee and Jeremy, what was I thinking? And it doesn't even look like I was there, oh well. I was by the way.
Earlier that day, they had both gotten a webkins, and I should have made them put them down so I could take the picture, but clearly wasn't paying attention.

Now for Santa, I have said this a few times, but I'll say it again. This Santa that comes to Bicentennial Park in North Ogden is the best.
This was Rylee's first time sitting on Santa's lap without crying. She did ask for something that she wasn't going to get, but oh well, she seemed to forget. I apparently don't have a pic with just her and Santa, instead I took video.
This was that first good snow day in December. Reese had gone to a birthday party for her cousins. And I was trying to not let Rylee realize that she hadn't been invited. So when she asked to play in the snow, we went right out. Doesn't it look beautiful.
 I thought she wouldn't have much fun playing in the snow by herself, but she loved walking around, making tracks, and of course snow angels. She would stop a few times to pull on the branches, and the snow would fall on her. It was so cute.
The next post can cover Christmas now! Happy Holidays everyone!


Reed & Melinda Family said...

Darling girls in Darling dresses!

Leah Aston said...

I love the shots of them in their dresses, and Rylee's snow ones. Super cute.