We started our Christmas festivities off with dinner with Andre' at Cracker Barrel. We enjoyed our meal and good company.
Next on the agenda was Christmas with the boys' Nana at our house. Keaton was so very patient when waiting his turn to open gifts.
What would Rob do if he didn't get socks for Christmas? They are a regular under our tree each year from his mother.
Just like every year for as long as I can remember, we headed to Granny's house on Christmas Eve. Lots of food was had by all.
This year Granny gave the great grandkids a quilt she had made. Connor's suits him well, don't you think?
The boys love going to Granny's. They get to play with all their cousins they don't get to see on a regular basis. We would have stayed longer and I'm sure I would have taken more pictures but it started snowing A LOT. It normally only takes us an hour to get home. That night it took 2 1/2 hours!! It was snowing so hard it was very difficult to see to drive.
On Christmas day, we braved the roads and heading back to my Dad's (another hour drive). Roads were fine. Rob and my brother-in-law are big Louisville fans. Dad, Ruby and Kacie are big UK fans. Ruby added a little UK touch to her decorations just for fun this year as you can see in the photo.
We once again enjoyed some good food, opened presents and played cards. We had a great time but had to cut it short again because of the roads.
We had a wonderful Christmas. We even visited my other Grandmothers earlier in the week. Wish I had taken some pictures to share. Now the trees are down and put away. The house is still a mess. I'm working on it between playing Wii games with the boys. It is break. The cleaning will wait. My boys will only be this age once. Connor will hit the double digits on Saturday. OH MY!!! How time flies!!!
Until next time,