Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Burdorf Christmas

Let the barrage of photos begin! Haha The Burdorfs came down to our place for Christmas this year. Frank and Linda made it on Friday and Adam and Jill and the girls on Saturday.

We were very laid-back this year. We watched the Vikings actually win, watched some Christmas movies, the kids played, went to church and opened gifts.

Friday I was giving the boys baths and Aaron asked where my recipe was for my star cookies and I was like, 'What? Why?' Those are kind of my thing, but he assured me he could handle it. :) Technically, he mixed them and I baked them. Teamwork! A double-batch of the best darn cookies at Christmas...
I decided for lunch Saturday we would do soups and sandwiches and I mentioned to Aaron I wanted to make a cheese soup. So, he found a recipe. And made it all by himself (minus me cutting up the cheese). It was YUMMY!! Nothing more attractive than a guy in the kitchen. ;)
Yes, my father-in-law Frank really has this sweatshirt. Yes, somebody really bought it for him. I couldn't get over it, so I had to take a picture.
I wanted to paint my nails on Saturday and Jenna wanted to do festive nails. Hers turned out cute! Mine didn't turn out because they weren't quite dry when I went to pick-up a baby.
The twins. The best darn Christmas present ever. This captures there personalities exactly. It makes me smile looking at their expressions. Oh Bowen...!!
I think Brody might have opened the wrong gift. Those pjs might be just a tad small. Who looks just like daddy?!
Aunt Jill reacts to some canvases we made for her of the girls. I think she liked them!
Cutie-patootie Miss Addy.
Adam liked his Red Ryder BB gun, Christmas Story style.
Grandma Linda with the collage I made for her of all six of her grandbabies.
Our pretty tree...
I got a bottle of wine in this bag. It made me laugh... Clever, huh?!
A trail of Santa goodies...
...And a cookie for the rode for Aubrey.
Thanks to everybody for coming to State Center for Christmas! We had a great time!

1 comment:

Kimberly said...

Super neat:) I love Franks sweatshirt that is great :) And how did you make the grandkids collage? Yourself or sent in for it? Very neat.