Saturday, December 24, 2011


A few pictures of the moments that we have spent together this Christmas season.

Sunnyside School put on the cutest Christmas concert this year. "Santa's stuck in the 50's!" It was so darling, with all the girls in their poodle skirts and the boys with shades and muscle shirts! I loved the message that Christmas is more about what we give than what we receive.
( sorry about the red-eye in these, I didn't edit before uploading obviously)

So pretty (red eye and all)
Emma was so cute in her Kindergarten Concert. I love this little girl, she is growing up so fast. She loves school and her friends and teachers.

We decorated Gingerbread houses last night with our neighbors Paul and Andrea, they are so awesome and made the night so fun. They both had never experience gingerbread house decorating and I could tell they were enjoying themselves!! The kids love these two and we feel so blessed to have them as neighbors, they are always ready to help when we go away and love our dog Diesel like their own. Thanks you two, you made it a special night to remember!!
We spent a weekend in Medicine Hat with my siblings ( not all could come and we missed them dearly) At Jenny and Josh's home. We always have such fun at their place, it is a true party house!! Grama and Grampa put on quite the "Shania Twain / Michael Buble" act, complete with puppets, wigs and full costumes! It was a memory I will never forget. The other day Emma was thinking about it and just giggling to herself. We have such fun together and were so grateful that it worked out that we all could find a weekend to make these memories together. Thanks Jenny and Josh, we love you guys.
Sarah and Joel it will be a perfect celebration when we can be together again with you and your spouses and children, it is never quite the same without you. Merry Christmas to you, we send all our love!!

We've been baking!!
Choosing our Christmas tree! The fluffiest snowflakes were gently falling as we picked our tree this year. I love this photo of Emma and Seth trying to catch them in their mouths. We love this tradition of getting a real tree! The smells that fill our home all of December are worth the mess and clean up!!

We didn't send out a NEW Christmas photo this year. As soon as our little "missy" is born we will have a family photo, so look forward to next year!! We love and appreciate the friendships and associations we have with family and friends. Truly these connections and relationships are what make life rich and meaningful. Merry Christmas to you with love,

From the Boehme's