Sunday, December 26, 2010

Christmas

Although I never really got into the Christmas spirit this year, I did make sure that the kids had a great time.

How could Santa go wrong with electric guitars?  I guess that means lessons need to be in the works.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, his pajama top is too small, his bottoms don't match.....it's how we roll.


I finally did it and got the girls each a dsi for Christmas.  
One of the few pictures I managed to catch of Em.

I used the Tag reader in my classroom, but the school had a set.  I scored on the price and got it for less than $30 with 12 books and the pen!  Score!  (Oh, and I got one DSI for free.  Just call me a bargain shopper.)
The kids were happy with everything they got.  I even got a present.  Abs went shopping in Em's room and had wrapped something up for me.....something Em had just received from her teacher a few days earlier.  Never a dull moment with that kid.

After presents, I ran over to the DFAC to see what the hours were for Christmas dinner.

They weren't serving.

At least Denny's was hopping!  We had a friend and her son join us for dinner, and as long as I wasn't cooking, I really didn't care where we ate.

One more holiday down, and a day closer to Gunner coming home.  Slowly but surely.....trash goes out tomorrow night!

8 comments:

UrkaLynne said...

One of the few pictures I managed to catch of Em.

Isn't that picture of Abs? :)

Uncle Dan said...

Thanks for sharing with us!!!!!!

Mr. Superman & Mrs. S. said...

Fun! I got my nephew that same Batman hideout thing!

McMGrad89 said...

You survived!!!

Crazy Shenanigans-JMO said...

You made it through!!!! Merry Christimas!

d.a.r. said...

Looks like a pretty great Christmas--and the last one solo!!

armywife said...

I give you props for putting on that great of a Christmas alone! I agree it didn't even feel like Christmas, nor did I want to admit that it was Christmas without him.

Jessica said...

Great pictures!
I was like you this year and never really got into the spirit either (thank you, deployment, thank you)
I was singing the "whoo-hoo" I survived Christmas the day after myself. =)