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Christmas Cards

I wasn't going to do Christmas cards this year, but I've said every year since I've been with Jason that we will do them and every year, I haven't. It's not the easiest thing to plan, when we only see the kids every other weekend. But I went and got some new PJs and we had a little photo shoot by the tree. It's in our true style - imperfect, real, and last minute. :-)



Jordan has finally gotten to the point where he is smiling with teeth in pictures, I think he looks so handsome!


This child can't take a bad picture. She is one of the most photogenic girls I've ever seen!


Avery looks like such a little girl!!! I love her face in this picture.


Merry Christmas! Tomorrow is Christmas Eve and the kids are so excited. Jordan told us that he slept in this morning and is sleeping in tomorrow so he can be up good and early Christmas day. Sophia has counted out the gifts about 6 times already!!!

I was telling a Christmas memory of when we were kids. My sisters and I used to think Christmas Eve was excruciatingly long so we would make schedules for the whole day to make the day pass by longer. Like, "12-1, play Monopoly. 1-2, ride bikes." That's pretty funny when I think about it! But as an adult like just blows on by and for kids, it can't come fast enough!

Merry Christmas Eve!

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