We had a Christmas filled with love, laughter and lots of magic! It was so fun to hear J....h remark with awe " How did Santa know?! He is amazing!" Enjoy these pics from Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
A Johnson Family Tradition
We happen to have an amazing sledding hill right in our front yard.
There is just one catch....
You have to make sure to stop the
sled before you fly into the street:)
S.....a cried the whole time even though
Daddy promised not to go down the hill.
She was happier throwing snowballs at the camera
Biddy loved her turn in the sled
We made a Gingerbread house last year so now we get to make one every year. The girls are adamant that ours looks exactly like the picture on the box. Last year the kit was very complex and it took me hours. This year I bought a very simple kit so the girls were able to help me.
The girls loved the end result
She made this cute little house in her Kindergarten Class
All Dressed up for Christmas Eve Dinner
Yummy Chicken Cord On Blu
After dinner we gathered in the living
room to read the Nativity Story.
Then the girls opened their Christmas PJ's
Chatting with Grandma
The girls woke up a little after 7AM.
Following my family tradition we did our
hair and brushed our teeth before lining
up on the stairs youngest to oldest.
J...h asked Santa for a Hamster and she got her wish.
She agrees with Santa that Pip Squeak
is better then a real hamster.
He doesn't bite, will never run away and....
he drives a car!!
Susanna asked Santa for an Ariel Jewelry Box
A surprise present from my Sister Ashley
They were just slightly excited to
get the Barbie Musketeer Movie :)
The costumes were a big a hit too!
A Musketeer would not be complete without
her magic fairy wings and power tutu!
Drop Your Sword!
They even convinced me to play along
We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and
felt the love and joy that comes with
celebrating the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ.