Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to All.

Twas the annual reading of the night before Christmas

New pajamas and slippers were had by all on Christmas Eve to assist with the long winters nap.
Christmas morning began in our house at 7:30 a.m. Thank you kids!!! I did hear some movement around 6:00 a.m. but decided that until it got louder all was fine. Our youngest two arrived at 7:30 ready to go.
Twas the day of Christmas and all through the house the people were playing all over the house. The kids all in jammys they receive just last night were working hard making sure all the playing didn't lead to a fight.
Lovely wife was exited to have her new prize. A vest and a red blackberry curve was her surprise.
Ipods, clothes, and a Nintendo DS were some of the items under the tree.
My son received from his Godparents a Hot Wheel race car set that has been a hit. There was a 1555 piece building set, Bakugan battle brawlers, hot wheels cars, and laser tag. He also received two Nerf footballs. There were lots of wonderful gifts. I have only mentioned a few.
Aunt Liz and Aunt Fran gave the kids money, cool gifts and McDonald's gift cards. The kids had a special message during the picture. (See the attached Video)
We have played a couple of rounds of Pictionary and lovely wife is now the proud owner of the game, Clue. I can't wait to see who done it, with what and where they done it.
The best fun is having the family together for a day without any activities to drive the schedule. It's all about having a nice time today with each other. We will also check in with our friends and family who are spread all over the globe.
Merry Christmas to all.


Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas Missiouri Wilson's....Or shall I say, Mele Kalikimaka.

Glad you enjoyed your gift cards and cash....we're off to enjoy a little sunshine, our gift from Santa. He's such a great guy! :)

Love you all,
Liz & Fran

Anonymous said...

And Merry Christmas to all of you albeit a wee bit late. South Beach was sunny and warm, 80's :-) Happy New Year to you in advance.

John & Dolores