Christmas has come and gone. I can't believe how time flys. Its New Years Eve and it seems like we just put the tree up.
This Christmas was so very spacial for our little family. It was our first Christmas in our own place. To make it even more spacial it was a white Christmas in Texas. Never in my life have we actually had snow on the ground on Christmas morning, but this year we did. It was Linden's first time to ever see snow. It was also Eric's first time to see the amount of snow we got. It was heavenly. The snow started Christmas eve around noon and fell into the night.
We bundled Linden up in his new outfit my dad got him, the snow boots we picked up that day and let him out to play. At first he wasn't a fan. He didn't want to touch it or have it touch him. But before long he was playing in it and running in it and just having a ball. He even tasted it, but boy he didn't like that! As he played he would stop to give us a "brrrrr" and tell us "snow cold!"
On Christmas morning the roads were abit of a mess. So my parents were a little late in getting over. When Linden woke up we got him dressed and went to see what Santa left him. When my parents showed up we had breakfast and opened gifts. We had a great time. The rest of the day was spent being cozy and lazy. It was simply wonderful.
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