'Tis the Season!

Thursday, December 15, 2011

I've been a bad baby about updating my blog, but I think it's understandable during the holiday season, right? We've had a pretty eventful season, so I'll just give you a quick run down...

Moving Day!
On December 1, our little family moved into our new home! Here's a picture of our first morning in the new place, and Adam and Ruthie playing with a dead tree (gosh, that's ridiculous) in our new backyard.

Merry Christmas from MLT!
Last year at work, we all received iPads as our Christmas gift. And this year they surprised us with iPhones! This is so crucial, especially for Adam because now he doesn't have to listen to me complain/beg for one.

Go Trojans!
My little brother, Mitchy, is a senior left tackle on the Lassiter High School Football team (#74!) and they made it to the state semi-finals for the first time in school history! Although they ended up losing, it was an amazing game and they are the winningest senior class at LHS! I'm so glad Adam and I were able to make it to most of his playoff games - it really was fun to be a part of.

 It's so cold in the D!
We had client meetings all last week, and they happened to be in Detroit. It was absolutely freezing, but it snowed on Friday which was so gorgeous. Below is a picture of the cutest little area called Royal Oak, and a picture of me in the snow!

Happy Birthday, Debbie!
December 13 marked my beautiful mother-in-law's 50th birthday! The whole family gathered at the original Bakers' and ate some yummy 'za. I got her the best present (obviously), it's the pretty frame on the left! It's actually pretty cool: Instead of a picture, I put notebook paper in the frame. Then I added those perty flowers and left her a note! I also hot glued velcro to the back of the frame and the dry-erase marker so she could change out the message, and not lose the pen. Here's where I got the idea.

Adam and I are blessed to have a pretty packed schedule between now and the New Year, and are excited to spend some QT with our family and friends.

Merry (early) Christmas!

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