Thanksgiving is Johny's favorite holiday...I can't imagine why...the FOOD of course!! So we had a traditional Thanksgiving feast and then enjoyed the afternoon spending time with one another. It's fun learning how to cook the famous recipes of those that have come before us and keeping them in the family for the future. I have to say Hatcher was a big fan of his lunch and dinner!
Christmas took on a whole new meaning this year! Buying for Hatcher was fun for all of us I think. The child got SO. MANY. NEW. TOYS!! Such a wonderful blessing but our house is literally busting at the seams with toys. He loves it and that's all that matters. We had my sister and both sets of parents here for Christmas morning so everyone could see Hatcher's face when he saw what Santa brought him. I think he was more concerned with why everyone was here so early and staring at him!! Once he saw the toys though, it was on! He played his little heart out so much so that he slept right through lunch. Poor guy. But don't worry, he got to eat when he woke up and he enjoyed it. After lunch, he got round two of his gifts from all of his grandparents, great grandparents and aunt. It was a blast to watch and I honestly can't wait for next year already!
Here are a few pictures capturing our sweet little love on Thanksgiving and Christmas!
Hatcher's artwork for our table scape!
Hatcher & Aunt Britney
My little family! :)
Hatcher with Poppy & Grammie
Hatcher's Granddaddy & Nana
Hatcher with Santa at Fantasy in Lights at Callaway Gardens
Baking cookies for Santa on Christmas Eve
He was the taste tester! :)
And then he ate Santa's cookies!!
LOVED the Thomas train Santa brought him!
Playing in Poppy's hat
Our family on Christmas Day
He was so pumped about his wagon that he was squealing with excitement!
How cute is that backpack?!?!
Watching Thomas on tv while sitting in his wagon!
That boy loves his Aunt B!
The most precious gift in the world! :)