The snow came down all day on Christmas Eve and the winds were blowing 50-60 mph, but that didn't stop the boys from riding 4 wheelers. I got out with Ty toward the end of the snow fall. My face was shielded from the pelting snow and ice with big sunglasses and Ty's body. After the snow had finished falling we all spent time outside riding 4 wheelers and sledding. I somehow managed to not get a single picture of the outside adventures.
I'm so thankful our parents only live 10 minutes from each other. Otherwise we would not have been able to drive to my parents house with the road conditions.
Christmas flashback. (I'm on the right.)
LeAnn and I in our matching scarves from our parents.
My mom and sister made snow icecream. It twas delish!
Saturday afternoon (Dec. 26th) we headed to my Grandma's. The interstate was cleared for the most part, but there were areas to watch out for. I didn't get my camera out the whole evening.
My parents grew up in the same town, so Sunday afternoon was Christmas at my Nanny's house.
Nanny wearing her new apron I bought her from Williams-Sonoma.
Gage and Damen. They look like trouble, don't they?!
Ty and I were blessed with some great presents, but more importantly we got to spend quality time with our families.