Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Christmas Day

First we took the yearly "this is who was home for Christmas" family portrait.


Then we kicked out the married-ins and had a four-generation sitting.


Stockings were opened, revealing--among many other items--what has turned out to be one of the most enduringly engaging gifts of the day.


The girls modeled their new Christmas hair stuff in preparation for the present-opening session.


Turtle checked out the boxes:


Julia has been enjoying her new not-quite-a-toy digital camera. We'll see what it yields.


Grandma gave us some of our old childhood photos. Anybody see the resemblance?


Finding out about the Disney World trip. We're hoping to get back to this at some point. For now, Julia has discovered that I'm not going on the trip, and she's pretty uncertain about that.


Robin has no such qualms.


The rest of the day is expected to look pretty much like this:




Scott has spent several hours cooking our Christmas dinner. This is him saying, "There's actually nothing in this one"

4 comments:

Robin December 25, 2007 6:07 PM  

I'm just catching up from yesterday and today: Merry Christmas Jen, Robin, Julia, Lisa, Scott, Turtle, Mom, Dad and Grandma! Sorry to see no Alex in the picture--hope he has a great holiday too.

Hope the girls have a great time at Disney!

pidomon December 25, 2007 6:35 PM  

What a lovely family.
I'm sad the house was locked and I couldnt liberate any presents!

Phydeaux December 25, 2007 8:11 PM  

I'm sad the house was locked and we didn't get to meet that lovely family.

And the happy, playful kitteh, too!

The Cunning Runt December 27, 2007 7:07 PM  

Well, I'm late as usual, having had Teh Gurrrlz home and being fatherly and such. But anyway, Merry Christmas! Looks like a grand time with a great bunch if folks!

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