a time of warmth.
one's family, loved ones nearby, freshly baked cookies,
twinkling lights, homemade soup, cozy blankets,
finding that perfect gift,
roaring fireplace, new special traditions...
I hope everyone felt their own version of warmth during Christmastime.
I know I did. My heart is full.
My parents have always been exceptional gift givers.
My fossil watch and kitchen gadgets top my list this year!
"santa must be facing outward at all times"
josh and i attending one of the christmas parties
our sweets at home in nevada!
thee cutest little trees. they are all of 1 inch high.
my mom is the best cookie decorator there is.
the peanut blossoms needed a close-up. gorg.
and other sweet options at home to accompany our christmas brunch.
Christy, Katie, and I at our work party.
Tony, Taylor, and Josh joined too.
such a fun night at the Kirkwood Lounge!!
christmas cookie decorating content at work.
chresten, janet, joel and me.
I spent most of my time cuddling handsome three-week-old Henry at the Miller Christmas.
Shelly planned awesome Minute-to-Win-It games too.
this was before I dominated in wii bowling at the Black Townhouse.
i adore him.
if you know me, you know I love paper.
combine paper and christmas and this girl is really happy!
i used old posters (gift from an image stockhouse at work) as gift wrap.
josh's christmas letter slid in and out from under this old page from a book.
im obsessed with this masking tape!
my awesome parents.
they are thee best.
our family christmas celebrated on December 26th.
it was wonderful spending the entire day together.
the day consisted of eating, unwrapping, playing with Maggie, laughing, eating more, and playing cards.
it was a very warm christmas.