I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas/Happy Hanukkah/Lovely Kwanzaa/generally good weekend! We survived our first Christmas and my first birthday without my grand-daddy and only had one sentimental spell.
This was also Grady's first Christmas.
He gave us lots of smiles this weekend. He loved when Aunt Mandy talked to him. He'd just start grinning and getting close to a little baby giggle.
At one point I had both Grady and Puddin hangin' out on me. Forgive my hair. It's also worth noting Puddin sat on my lap the entire time we opened presents. He ended up with glitter all over him.
Our Christmas morning breakfast was the usual mountain of food. Egg casserole, sausage balls, sticky buns, fruit salad, country ham and biscuits, and the best cheese ball I've ever had. And let me tell you something, I would sell my soul for sausage balls. It's just sausage, cheese, and Bisquick, but we'd rather eat sawdust than not have sausage balls Christmas morning.
After all the presents were opened, Daisy decided she'd finally sit down.
Rich liked reading to Grady. I gave him his first Christmas book with his Christmas jammies.
James was really proud of his sausage and cheese tray. I told him I'd blog about it. The sausage was a venison summer sausage. Sooo yummy.
Grady got a giraffe pillow that's supposed to be good for tummy time because it's really soft. Puddin figured that since there was a pillow in the middle of the floor, it must be for him. I think this is after he fell in the pool. Poor guy, he just walked right in. Usually he's good about walking around it, but he just walked right in. He's still a good swimmer though.
We had a good Christmas. It had the usual wackiness that comes along with any of our family gatherings, and of course the food was good. Now it's time to get ready for the New Year!