12.26.2012

A Baby(ies) First Christmas

Celebrating Christmas this year was much different that our usual festivities.  

I know what you are thinking.. duh.  

Christmas Eve was celebrated at our house with Jordan's immediate family (BB, Poppa, and Auntie Jenna)  as well as a few extras that made our day/evening super special.

Sernie was there to meet her great-great-grandaughters (Bree's grandmother) 
 ..and Meme was there, too!  Parker and Jolie loved seeing their great-grandmother again (Roy's mom).

Here are 4 generations of Massey's

Jordan and I had yet to take a real 'family' photo with the girls.  What better time than Christmas Eve to do so?  Especially while we both were clean, showered, and decently dressed.  

I'm learning to take advantage of these types of opportunities..   
top/ loft/ similar* layered tank/ gap * tights/ loved by heidi klum

My girls were most definitely dressed for the Christmas occasion.
You may recognize these bows here.  We three decided that its okay that you can't always see.  
The big bows are worth it.  

Jordan and I did little for entertainment of our guests.  

Stick two (precious, might I add..) baby girls (with huge bows on their heads) on a blanket in the middle of the room and watch the masses adore.
Santa for sure, without a doubt, loves my sweet angels.  These outfits are a tad too huge for both of them, but couldn't let the cuteness go to waist.
Christmas day the four of us headed over to BB and Poppa's house for prezzies and delicious food- all while enjoying the 'massive' snow fall on Christmas Day. I say massive.. meaning ground covering without the melting effect.  Something that happens never in Texas.

My girls enjoyed their first (and maybe their last?) white Christmas.  You can't really tell it from this picture, but the snow was really coming down all around us.

It was a fun day of Christmas movies and lounging in our jammies.  Jordan and I even got in a power nap before dinner, thanks to the magic of the grandparents.   

After a long two days of celebrating, Christmas came to an end. Bittersweet.  I didn't want this day to end..

I think it is safe to say we were all exhausted. What do you think?
It was a beautiful day to celebrate our Savior- one that I will never forget.  The holidays will never be the same with these two extra little people to share it with.

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas!

Linking up with Grace over at Camp Patton for her What I Wore on Christmas Link Up party.

Yes, I know I'm still in (some) maternity clothing- Don't judge. I can't stop wearing those under the belly tights- even without the belly, I still lovvvveeee them.  Besides.. it does good things for the healing battles wounds of a csection, don't you know?

Be sure to check out the other bloggers and their cute Christmas outfits, too!

4 comments:

Kenzi said...

Hello I'm a new reader and I love your blog so far. Your daughters are just precious! You always look so refreshed and stylish, I especially love the look of your makeup. Would you ever consider listing your makeup products? Thanks!

Kathleen said...

found you on Camp Patton.. You babies are adorable... and you did not just have twins... There is no way!

The Joiners said...

So sweet- merry Christmas to all 4 of you! My little babes are kicking me as I write this, so they send their best wishes as well, clearly :)

Deme @ Fresh Coat Of Paint said...

Oh my goodness - what a sweet family! Your girls are precious and it sounds like your Christmas was a very special one. You look new-mama-fantastic and I love the black and white shirt!

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