Merry Christmas, Charlatans!
I’m calling this a Merry Christmas post but really I just wanted to show off this picture of my kids in their Christmas pajamas. JUST LOOK AT THEM!
Also, this is the closest I’ll ever get to a Christmas card. Pretend there is a plate of cookies to go along with it. Maybe these ones:
Or these ones?
Well whatever imaginary cookies you choose, I hope you are having a fabulous day with your family today. I’m so thankful for Christmas and the spirit of goodwill it brings. And I’m so thankful for the Savior and his birth!
I also want to take a minute to say thanks to you! Thanks for reading my blog and listening to my weird stories. (Although…it takes one to know one. Just sayin.)
Look forward to my top posts from 2014 coming up in the next few days! Merry Christmas!!
Hope your Christmas was a h
Ummm is that the cutest family I’ve ever seen? I think so, yes. Definitely. OMG that reindeer onesie!!! Dying. Also, I want to eat all the cookies now, thanks. Happy New Year to you and your adorable family, Karen!!!!
Very cute! What a sweet little family you have. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.
You too Julie! And a Happy New Year!
Merry merry christmas! I hope you and your family had a wonderful holiday!
Merry Christmas to you too Ashley! Here’s to a food-e-licious 2015 :)
Merry Christmas, Karen! To you and your family (especially those cutie patooties in jammies). So glad to know you and this marvelous blog. xo! :)
Those jammies!!! They are too cute! Glad you had a great Christmas! xo.
Merry Christmas, sweet friend!! And you have every right to show off your kids in their holiday PJs. SO darn cute!!
Merry Christmas dear! Your kiddos are adorable. Jammies are the best!
Aaaaand now I’m hungry again…Merry Christmas Karen!!
Truman’s antlers…I love it. And I agree, those gingerbread Nutella cookies are the stuff of sugarplum dreams. Definitely adding those to the “make every year!” list.
New to your blog….love it!!!
Merry Christmas to you and your family! I am new to your blog but really enjoy it. Re the imaginary cookies, I made the gingerbread/nutella cookies last week and gave a bunch to neighbors. They loved them. I saved quite a few for myself.
I am not conventionally religious but I do enjoy the spirit of xmas. I am with family now and having an amazing visit with my 96 year old father. We are talking and sharing like never before and I feel so blessed to be born into this family.
All the best to everyone for a happy holiday and a happy, healthy new year!
Cuteness abounds! Merry Christmas, Karen!