A Miller Merry Christmas
It was such a fun weekend, that went past in a big, noisy blur. The first time in 3 years that ALL of us have made it home for Christmas, the house was buzzing with activity. As always, Mom was a fabulous host, whipping up delicious meals every day. If anyone went hungry, it was certainly not the fault of the head cook.
We celebrated our family Christmas on Christmas Eve . . . tradition has always been to start by Dad reading the Christmas story out of Luke 2.
Then, the exchange of gifts . . . we take turns from youngest to oldest so that we can see what everyone gets.
Ashton's gift was way bigger than he was . . .
They ended up lowering him down into the box, to find his Christmas gift in a smaller package at the bottom :) Kudos to Jordan for some creative wrapping & gift giving.
More Superhero Legos for little G . . .
We gave Mom & Dad a photo book from our weekend together this summer at Hocking Hills, along with gift cards to a few of their favorite stores & restaurants . . .
One of the best parts of the whole weekend . . . pulling out the old movie projector and watching home videos from our childhood. Hilarious, and so much fun!
Gearing up for the Christmas pageant put on by the grandkids & Carla . . .
Joseph & Mary . . .
Cutest little shepherd . . .
Wise guys . . .
And just like that, the weekend passed by in a blur of activity & family memories . . . such a Merry Christmas!