"Once our eyes are opened, we can't pretend we don't know what to do.
God, who weighs our hearts and keeps our souls, knows what we know,
and holds us responsible to act." Prov 24:12

Friday, December 24, 2010

Christmas Festivities

Here are a few pics from some of the Christmas events from the last two weeks. It has been so special celebrating the season with Sasha. Last year, we were just dreaming about him and hoping to bring him home soon and this year... he is here WITH US! How wonderful is that?! What a blessing!

Heath all dressed up for the Christmas program at church. Doesn't he look adorable?!


Brooks and Sasha were cows and boy, were they great cows, LOL! Can you see them? Sasha is on someone's lap in the front left corner and Brooks is behind him. They were SO cute!


Heath rocking out while singing about Jesus.


Heath and I went to the holiday skating party put on by the spouses group we belong to at the hospital. We had a blast together!


He finally decided to ditch the walker for awhile.


A couple of night's ago we went to a Christmas event at one of our local museums. It is always decorated so beautifully for the holidays. The tree was so big that you can barely see Brooks and Heath by it, they look so small. Sasha and Brooks loved looking at all the beautiful decorations.


Heath was QUITE excited about meeting one of Santa's reindeer!


The first time on Santa's lap for Sasha and he did great. He didn't seem to mind at all, he was just a little squirmy. As for Brooks, well he seemed to think the same as he did last year... that this was simply not very fun! And as for Heath, well...


Heath was so star struck when he sat on Santa's lap that his mind went blank and he forgot everything that he was going to talk to Santa about. He couldn't remember a single thing that he wanted which was so funny! But, he did remember to ask Santa how his day was going so that was nice.

Merry Christmas Eve Everyone!

2 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas Devon and family. Wishing you the best holiday. :)

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  2. Thank you for sharing these wonderful Christmas memories with us Devon!

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