Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Christmas Part 2

On Christmas Day we traveled to Arkansas to be with my family.  The kids had a great time opening their presents from Meemie & Papa!

Eli with his talking Woody toy.

Again, Jillian is a fan of the wrapping.

Eli opening his Alphie.  Anyone else have one of these growing up?  He loves it!

Big smiles for her new phone!

Eli LOVES to help me sweep and clean, so he was very excited about his new Dirt Devil cleaning kit.  He now has his own broom, dust pan, mop, duster, etc.  Hopefully he won't be so obsessed with mine now.

 Jillian trying to crawl up on her new purse.  This thing is SO cute!  It comes with a fat little lipstick, a mirror, a bracelet, a dollar bill, and keys.  It sings all kinds of fun songs and has a cute zipper on the front.  Jillian loves it but I think someone else has been playing with it too.  I frequently find Eli's new tools in the purse.

Meemie and her girl!

Bright eyes

Sharing a funny story!

Papa reading to Eli

Strolling at the mall.  One happy child, one sad child....typical. 

We took the kids to the square downtown to see the lights.  Happy girl.


Meemie & Papa

When Eli said he wanted to ride the pony, I was a little nervous.  I thought me might get upset once he actually got to sit on it, but he LOVED it!  He smiled the whole time and never acted nervous.  Our boy is growing up!

Our little family (minus Daddy who was at the bowl game.)

Meemie, Papa, & Jillian.  Eli was done taking pictures by this point.

Razorbacks make him cry.  lol

We went to a Chuck E Cheese type place one day.  Eli rode every little moving car they had.  Here he is in the ice cream truck.

And the fire truck.

And the dump truck.

And the boat.

Jillian and Meemie.

This was his favorite game.  We couldn't get him away from it.  It is smaller than all the other basketball games I have seen.  He was actually making lots of shots.

We had lots of fun Meemie and Papa!  See you next time!

1 comment:

Adams Plus One said...

Awesome! I had an Alphie growing up. I'm pretty sure my parents still have it, so Mathew will be getting it before too long. :)