Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas Everyone

Photobucket Season's Greetings! In the spirit of Christmas I (Harry) took over to send a special message out to the world. The picture above was taken by me with my trusty Sony and edited in MS Paint. Lego construction by Isaac & Logan.
Silent Night - all's quiet on the home front. Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas.
Did you really think she'd let me get away with it?
Apparently as I was setting all this up Heather was watching in amazement - trying not to laugh.
Here's Christmas day in Chronological Order, you are spared my photography for the rest of the post.
Here's the dynamic duo at 6:30 in the a.m. - that was more than 16 hours ago, all three boys have only been out for about an hour.
They had already been up, out to the tree/stocking/surprise area (OH MY GOODNESS and LOOK AT THIS right outside our bedroom door, hard to sleep through that) and then bless their hearts back to bed because it wasn't morning time yet. Jonah woke up too so Christmas was on like a pot of neck bones!

That is not their normal 6:30 a.m. expression on school days.
Isaac asked Santa for (among many other things) a remote control robot. Wall-E here fit the bill perfectly.
Wall-E is a hit with the whole family - Jonah dug it.
Stocking's unstuffed - here's what the tree above looked like this morning.
Jonah still checking out Wall-E
Jonah getting brave and trying to make Wall-E go
Logan told Santa he wanted (also among many differnt things) a rocket ship, not one that flys in the air but one he could play with. It's not that the boys asked Santa for a lot, they just kept changing their minds. Mom & Dad had a few "uh-oh" moments but in the end it was all happy smiles.
First Christmas - so many non-edible things to try and eat, so many new robot friends, so many new things to play with...
New Pirate Underpants to go with the new Pirate Comforters. AAARRGH!
The boys have been struggling with words like CAR and ART - sounding out the A and the R was not working out. I told them AR sounds like what Pirates say (ARGH) and now they get it every time. I would love to see the look on there teacher's faces when they explain that one.
Hello Robot - I come in Peace
Jonah did dig his own presents too...he's really likes playing with our cell phones lately, I've tried non-working and toy phones but they're not the same. I think he found a phone of his own now.
Practicing talking to Grandma...

Later in the afternoon with another new friend...
Second place to Wall-E for best Christmas present - a box of Goldfish!
It was a tremendous day for the Texas Grilliots - we are blessed with 3 wonderful boys and the whole day was wall to Wall-E fun.
There are many more pictures, Heather will be back in the saddle shortly.
Of course this wouldn't be complete without a proper interpretation of the Lego Christmas theme. Not only does she make me look bad photgraphically but she throws in Baby Jesus to make me look like a heathen too!
Holy Night
All is Calm, All is Bright
Good Night!


Kiley E Photography December 30, 2009 at 7:39 AM  

You did such a great job capturing your Christmas! I did not - I must get better!!!!

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