Sunday, January 3, 2010

Christmas Vacation 2009

Ok. So I really don't get a vacation. So what. It was nice to have my family in town during their Christmas break.
Why do my parents put me in animal costumes when it is no longer near Halloween? Because they are fun pajamas from your Grandma Peterson. Eat your leaves.

What is Christmas?








This year Santa tossed down some dollar bills. I totally got a $10 and two $1's. Sweeet!

If you'd like to see a funny money run. You've got to watch last year's footage.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ulpm0A5n_g


Luke lounged with his Grandpa while everyone was opening their gifts.


Greg put Luke on my shoulders.


Snuggling daddy.











My mom: Grant is upstairs taking a nap with Luke. (She's up there taking pictures instead of saving Luke)
Me: Ok
Mom: Luke's actually not asleep. He's just lying there.
Me: As long as he's happy. . . Well, maybe I should go check on him.











Christmas karaoke came to pass. Luke is doing his pose, or covering his ears.

French dip brisket sandwiches for Christmas lunch. Best ever. The brisket cowboy nachos for dinner were also excellent. Basically, I sat down and planned the holiday menu a month in advance because I was so excited. It mostly happened as planned.





My dad got a math book for Christmas. He picked it out, it's just a typical Peterson thing to fall asleep anywhere.



Bonnie and Merilee going to singles ward. They look so hot!

5 comments:

Erin Gibbons said...

Luke is so big and so adorable! I hope you guys have a Happy New Year!

Ashlee said...

My sister married a Peterson and they DO fall asleep ANYWHERE! Funny!

HB said...

Glad your fam was able to come to you guys. Hey, I see our loveseat/couch in the background - glad it has had a long happy life!

Merilee said...

Eat your leaves!!!

Kathleen said...

Great to hear you really enjoyed Christmas and having family visit you. Luke looks so handsome and cute in all those baby outfits. That was fun to see that video of a money run. I still remember when you told me all about this cool family tradition when we were in Lyon. It's cool how everyone just loves it, the grandchildren, the teenagers, and the adults. Fun!