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Christmas 2007 Extravaganza, part 1

28 December, 2007

I departed work early on Friday so that Ryan and I could head Up North before the big ol’ storm came. Instead of snow and ice, we were driving in super dense fog. It sucked. Hardcore. But, we made it safely. We spent some time with Nick and Annie (who is already due in March! Holy Buckets!), and headed to bed.

Saturday we went into Algona and hung out at Ryan’s grandparent’s house. Brandon was thoroughly entertaining, as you can see…

We packed up and headed out for dinner, which was in part of the senior center that they rented for the evening. We ate yummy food and were thoroughly entertained by Brandon and Mikayla running about and being generally giddy three-year-olds.

We also got to meet Aiden, the newest addition to the family. He’s about four months old, and positively adorable! Look at those cheeks!

After that, we headed back to Grandma and Grandpa’s for the little kids to open gifts, and the big kids to exchange gifts in the grab bag. It was fun, though the little ones were pretty knackered. I got a really cute family picture frame. We visited for awhile, and then Ryan and I headed home for round 2…

I’ll leave you with a picture of Ryan and his godbabies… Part 2 Coming Soon!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. 30 December, 2007 9:07 pm

    Gloryosky, Zero, a right smart looking group there.

  2. 31 December, 2007 9:30 am

    LOL Hoss. I love that you say Gloryosky.

  3. 1 January, 2008 12:30 pm

    OMG cuteness overload. How adorable are these children? TOO ADORABLE!!!!

  4. 2 January, 2008 8:26 am

    I know, right?!

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