Ches woke me up by opening the blinds in our bedroom. It took me a minute to figure out what he was doing. I was thinking, “Why in the world is he opening the blinds?? I’m not dressed yet.” Then I looked outside.
It had snowed! It was all white and beautiful out. I got a huge smile on my face, and Ches just kind of laughed at me, then he closed the blinds (it was too bright, and I’m not a morning person. Sorry.).
When Aiden woke up we went into his room, opened the blinds, and said, “Aiden, look outside.”
He sat up, looked out the window, then jumped up as he exclaimed “It’s Christmas!!!” He was soooo excited! Too bad he has to wait another week.
It was raining by the time we left for church, and most of the snow is gone now. It was fun too look at for a while, though.
Last Christmas, Aiden received a beautiful vest from Aunt Marisa and Peter from their trip to Turkey. Aiden wore the vest to church yesterday, and looked so handsome and festive! I called him my little gypsy boy. Dallin got to wear another vest that Aiden received from a trip Aunt Marisa and Peter made to Hungary. I only have a picture of Aiden in his Turkish vest from last year, so that’s all I can show you for right now. However, both boys looked so great! I love them in their little “ethnic” clothes.