The saddest part of Christmas was that just a day before Christmas we said goodbye to our tree. I really kept hoping it would start to take water and come back to life...it didn't. Everytime we left the house I was paranoid we'd come back with our home up in smoke. So I found a nice fake tree at an after Christmas sale and we were able to have a tree for our Williams family Christmas on the 27th. Here is the dead tree making our yard quite festive! You should see it now covered in snow.
A family picture on Christmas Eve.
By the end of the night the white part of Kendall's dress was practically transparent from all her drool! Teething can't be too far away.
Christmas morning with Auntie Riss
Christmas afternoon at Bernie's
The kids love Kendall and are so sweet to her!
Kendall trying on (err...eating) some of her gifts!
It seems as though whenever my parents visit we get a TON of snow! Keith was our trusty shoveler. Nice outfit...totally appropriate for the chore. Check out our new tree in the background :) We discovered that our living room is exactly 7.5 feet tall.
Playing Apples to Apples with Kendall
We graduated Kendall from her bouncey chair to her high chair for eating cereal. She looks so old sitting there!!! I think she likes sitting at the same level as us.
Papa and Gramma Williams
Kendall got a sled for Christmas! So we had to try it out. She loved it and was giggling as Keith ran her up and down the street. She has no fear! Uh oh!