Christmas 2012 At The Cabin

First, let’s watch Kender laugh some more 🙂

Ryan, Kender, and I spent Christmas at a cabin in Island park with Ryan’s family. It was Kender’s first Christmas, and I think he enjoyed it. He had a lot of fun watching his cousins. They really entertained him! I miss that. Now it’s up to Ryan and I to entertain Kender, and we are pretty boring most of the time. Today I gave him a wooden spoon and a cake pan and he was good for about 30 minutes… I need to come up with more ideas like that!

Bath time went great until Colt fell backwards, then he pulled the towel out from under Kender (getting him back for all the times Kender had picked on him) and Kender fell backwards. Then Colt fell forwards. Both boys were crying, so bath time ended. Then Lucas jumped in fully clothed! Wish I had a picture of that! Our family is blessed with cute little boys.

Kender got some awesome gifts, but I think my favorite was his two front teeth! They broke through just before Christmas.

It’s hard to believe that its 2013! Ryan and I brought in the New Year (almost… we made it to 11) by eating homemade pizza, watching The Office, reading, talking guns, and drinking Dr. Pepper. All in all, it was a fun night. Happy 2013!

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I'm April, a homeschool mom with 3 sweet little boys. I soak up every precious and chaotic moment of motherhood by writing about my family, faith (we are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints), homeschool adventures, art projects, and life in general!

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