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Saturday, December 25th, 2010

30 Minute Christmas

Unlike some families that take 2+ hours to open their gifts (ahem, I won't mention any names), being just Richie and I it was a 30 minute Christmas.

I had a rough sleep last night and was awake far more than I'd have liked. Needless to say, we slept late, because this is the last year we can. So around 10:45 am this morning our baby decided it was time to move around. Richie and I stayed in bed for a good half hour feeling the baby move, bounce and kick! Merry Christmas to us!!!

We wandered into the living room, grabbed the couple of gifts we had for one another, our stockings (even one for Scooter) and sat in the floor. I loved the things Richie picked for me, while I'm baking with my new apron I'll be smelling really good! Richie loved his Snoopy Sno-Cone maker! He put it together immediately and took it to the kitchen straight away to "test it out". He made the ice but not an actual sno-cone....not yet anyhow. :) Scooter has run himself ragged playing with his new toy.

Now Richie is cleaning the kitchen and will make us something for lunch. We had our "Christmas dinner" yesterday afternoon; so I'm not too sure what we'll be eating today. I should have plenty of time to get some pictures uploaded and maybe even a video!

Merry Christmas Humzooers.

Tags:  Christmas, Richie
Merry Christmas! And you can totally call me out...it took us 4 hours from start to finish. We did take a break to eat brunch in the middle, and there was some lag time between stockings and the tree gifts while we were getting my mom out of bed/showered/dressed.
Jules   Saturday, December 25, 2010
Well, according to your photos it looks like the 4 hour marathon was well worth it and a very good time!! Ours was very bare but fun. The Snoopy Sno-Cone maker gave us both a good laugh.

Now we're trying to figure out what to do about dinner. The way I made dinner yesterday there were no left overs.
Richie & Ashley   Saturday, December 25, 2010
Well, ours doesn't take that long--well, no the actual gift-opening part, anyway. That takes all of 20 minutes for eight people. :O)
Angi   Saturday, December 25, 2010
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