Friday, January 14, 2011

A costume kind of Christmas

Yes, it was indeed a costume Christmas. The picture below isn't even of Christmas Day, it was just a taste from Aunt Gigi and Uncle Lucian of what Santa would bring a couple days later. Now THAT is a snazzy Woody costume.

"What the heck has she got on?" says Parker, the cutie in the middle of my two cowkids.

Hannah Belle's great-grandparents got her just what one well-balanced two year old needs:
a two year old sized balance board. Now isn't that neat.

Mimi and Papa George helped out in the costume Christmas theme, too, with dynamite Fireman costume...and Zeke DOES have the hat on backwards. We've all tried to reform him, but he persists that he likes it that way, he doesn't want to protect his neck from the fire. Cousin Cayden looking good in his police costume. They were a tight emergency squad in those gettups.

It was SO fun this Christmas! Zeke was SO excited going to bed and was super excited when he woke up. Hannah isn't in the picture because she slept til almost 10am! That might be the last year that happens on Christmas morning.

Oh yeah, show us those muscles Superman. A sweet friend handed us down multiple awesome costumes that Zeke got on Christmas morning. He was in hog heaven. And still is. He is crazy about those costumes. Thanks Rachel, I mean Santa.

Even Hannah got some dress upstuff. Mimi got her some cute kitchen stuff and Santa brought her a cute little kitchen. I love getting more pink stuff in the house. This Christmas was the best one yet. It was so fun watching them and enjoying the day with these two kiddos. Not to mention the magical snow. What a great holiday!

A few weeks before Christmas Zeke got on the big Iron Man kick. Its amazing what a kid will pick up in Walmart. So, he pulled what the modern world knows to be a Power Ranger costume, but he made up his mind it was an Iron Man costume. Like he knows what a Power Ranger is...Iron Man it is!

Minnie Mouse is ready for Disney World...we're heading there in February. That's hilarious...the picture, not the DW trip. Grandmothers, especially ones whose names begin with a Di and end in a Anne get a little crasee with the gifts. Hannah doesn't seem to mind.

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