We hope that all of our friends and family had a Christmas that was half as great as Connor's! If so, then you probably had a pretty great day! Santa Claus brought Connor a tunnel/fort. That was the first thing Connor saw when he came into my parent's den. He was so excited that we had to show him his other things. He wouldn't have noticed them otherwise! He received so many wonderful presents from family and from Santa. His favorite thing is his new tricycle from Uncle Stan and Aunt Ree. We're having a hard time getting him off of it to come inside. He also loves his tunnel, his grocery cart and his magna-doodle. We had a birthday party for Jesus on Christmas night. We kept asking Connor who's birthday it was and he'd say "Baby Jesus", but he probably thought that we were singing to him when we sang "Happy Birthday" to Jesus! Oh well; we want Connor to know why we celebrate Christmas and although he doesn't understand it now, he will one day.
Connor's birthday week starts tomorrow with a birthday party with my family tomorrow night. Then, Christmas is not over! We'll head to Huntsville on Tuesday to spend the rest of the week with Jeremy's family and to celebrate Christmas again. While we are there, we will celebrate Connor's birthday again on Friday. When you are ringing in the New Year early Friday morning, I'll be singing "Happy Birthday" to Connor!
Here are pictures from our some of our fun on Christmas Day:
"Wow! Is this for me?!"
"Is it really Elmo?!"
"I love Elmo!"
Uncle Stan and Connor
Aunt Ree and Connor
Uncle Andy and Connor