This morning when Marshalene brought Hunter to stay, they had the perfect Christmas gift for me. I absolutely love gifts like this. It means more to me than they will ever know. He is so adorable! At the bottom it reads: A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove... but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child. This is something I will cherish.
Then before lunch Lisa called to see if I was going to be home. When she got here, she had a little sack with this necklace in it. This is really meaningful to me because the whole time we were growing up, I was so mean to her. I just wanted her to stay away from me and I made it quite plain to her. We are actually quite close now and I love her dearly, but in years past, my mom was sure this would never happen.
I think it has become a tradition to take pictures at the front of the church on Christmas Sunday. This year we didn't have Tyler and Daniel in our picture. They weren't able to be here this weekend, but I'm sure there will be plenty of opportunities through out this next week.
Last week when I was keeping Ella and Hunter I found them playing underneath my dining room table. Ella has a hard time keeping her hands off of him. She wants to love him way to hard sometimes as you can probably tell by the gritting of teeth.