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Thursday, December 25, 2008

In the morning...

This was the scene before the kids got up. Santa had been here, he ate his cookies and had a quick drink. Santa left gifts for each of the kids, each one had a pile of gifts waiting for them

We had told the kids that wake up time would be 8:00am, at about 7:15 we heard them. Matthew kept saying he wanted to check the house for intruders.

This began Christmas Day. According to my kids, 'the best Christmas ever.' Making this mother's heart happy.

Christmas began at 7:20am, and it was over by 7:26am. At least opening the gifts from Santa.

There is a lot of time and effort put into six minutes of tearing, isn't there? Is it worth it? You betcha!!!


Laurie in Ca. said...

I love these pictures Pam and love the PJ's they have on. And to hear the words "best Christmas ever" does make a mom's heart do the happy dance!
Your kids are beautiful (don't tell Matthew) I said that. My grandkids loved the Sushiebye dolls. Well, Hannah more than Isaac. Hannah grabbed it and ran with it. It reminded me of Jillian with hers. Oh and about the six minutes of tearing open presents? It sure is a good thing Santa has all those elves to help him wrap. We'd pass out if we had to do it!!:)
So glad your day was blessed. Ours was too but I am ready to get back to hibernating. I am pooped! Blessings to you my friend and enjoy the kids excitement in the days to come. Yes, it is alll worth it!!

Love and Hugs, Laurie

Kristie said...

Only 6 minutes! They are quick! I'm sure when my little ones get older, they'll be the same way, though. This year they were so interested in the toy they just opened, that it was like pulling teeth to get them to open another!
I love that your little guy had to check the house for intruders-too funny!

Thanks again for stopping by my blog. Take care and Happy New Year to you too! :-)

♥ Somebody Loved ♥ said...

I noticed your comment on my blog. What a cute bunch of kiddies... love the Christmas pJ's too.
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