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Friday, December 25, 2009

On This CHRISTmas Day!

We were OBVIOUSLY very excited!




Some of us were a little confused



 Stuffed pears for breakfast



We ate A LOT
Roast,

Greek pasta salad;



yeast rolls; Au Gratin potatoes;
 rice and gravy;
Sautéed green beans



stuffed crab;



and of course the birthday cake for Baby Jesus!



Thank you Baby Jesus!



We hope that ALL of you enjoyed this Blessed day!
May God be with you every moment.
MERRY CHRISTMAS Y'ALL
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6 comments:

Jane said...

The children's excitement jumped from the photos! What fun you all must have had yesterday morning!
I love the birthday cake!

Enjoy the rest of the season!
Hugs,
Jane

Miss Janice said...

I love the Christmas cake, the birthday cake for Jesus, and that y'all put out reindeer food on the lawn! Your family must simply adore you!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Oh you can just see the excitment at your house this Christmas! I have such sweet memories of my two and the joy of Christmas morn. It's fun to have the blessing of being able to enjoy this again through the Grands too. Wishing your home many blessing for the new year.

jennifer said...

Wonderful photographs! I'm so glad y'all had a Merry Christmas.

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

Beauitiful photos, Jessica. The food also looks delish! I could eat the greek pasta by myself! HA!
We too have a cake for baby Jesus. I think its important to not loose sight of that in the "Santa" festivities.
Wonderful celebration!

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

PS, I havent seen stuffed pears in so long. My mom used to make those often when I was kid. What a great memory!