Sunday, December 19, 2010

Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells...

Its almost Christmas and at our house that means its almost Jesus' birthday! We are still trying to grasp the whole idea of what really goes on this time of year, but so far it involves us counting down until Christmas (mommy tells us its a birthday for Jesus, so we are really hoping they'll be cake!), a big tree in our house (I like to shake it, lick it, and of course try to hug it), and a lot of fun new pictures (mommy says those are Christmas cards) taped to our wall.

The best part though, has been the jingle bells mommy brings out for us to shake. She told us that we usually put them on our Christmas tree, but she wondered if we'd leave them on the tree or tear the whole thing down. We all think the latter is more our style. Mommy and daddy have been really on us since the tree went up, telling us "don't touch" and "please don't unplug the lights". Its just too much fun not to at least attempt to do these things, right? Our tree is really pretty, but others have asked mommy "why aren't there any ornaments on the bottom half?" To be honest, we all want to know why, too?! She always mumbles something about our little fingers all over the place.

Anyways- here are a few photos mommy got of us this past week wearing our new Christmas pajamas and playing with our jingle bells. Enjoy!

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  1. Love all of the pictures! They are so stinkin' cute! And haha - it is so hard explaining it to two year old's isn't it? We've been telling Lillie about how it is Jesus' birthday too and she kept saying "Oh - birday cake!" so tonight when we did our little family christmas before heading out of town we made cupcakes and sang happy birthday to Jesus and let her blow out the candles but afterwards realized we probably just made her more confused - haha! Hopefully next year it will make more sense to her!

  2. Jamie you have become a true photographer.
    Merry Christmas to you all. Jingle away!!!
    Hugs & Kisses
    We love you all.

  3. LOVING the beads as a prop! So sweet!