Our Christmas 2014

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My granddaughters Emma (left) and Morgan.

Another Christmas has come and gone and it seems as I age they are coming faster and faster. But with age also comes expansion of my family and there is nothing I love more than spending time with my children and grandchildren.

My mother Dot, 88 1/2 yrs old cooking for Xmas dinner.

My mother Dot, 88 1/2 yrs old cooking for Xmas dinner.

We had a great day. It was hectic with activity but was wonderful at the same time. My daughter Allison and son-in-law Chris made a delicious prime rib roast. We spent the day with them, Chris’ parents, my hubby Michael and mother Dot. After a delicious meal my son Rob and his girlfriend Brianna arrived with my granddaughter Morgan. It was time to open presents.

Emma posing for the camera.

Emma posing for the camera.

I forget how great Christmas is when you see the excitement on children’s faces as they open their gifts. Although still too young to anticipate or truly understand what Christmas is about Emma and Morgan do understand the joy of receiving a gift. It was fun to see the girls share their excitement with one another.

Morgan riding her new bike.

Morgan riding her new bike.

And so although Christmas is now come and gone next year we can look forward to our grandson Bryce somewhat participating in all the fun.

Emma

Emma

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My grandson Bryce and his mother (my daughter) Allison

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My son-in-law Chris, Emma, Allison & Bryce

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Two little button noses

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Three generations: my mother Dot, me, and Bryce

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Happy New Year!

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