Friday, December 9, 2011

Christmas Tree Deco by Kate and Carso

I had the day off today so i decided to Christmas up the place

Buddy found his way to the tree which is a good thing because I had been running out of high places to prop him. I mean, last night I put him on the box fan. The kids were not impressed.

So I clicked the Christmas tree together (still a little jaded by the artificial tree) before the kids got home from school. When they walked in they had a Christmas Tree surprise.

Kate went right to work. Didn't even take off her jacket. She hung those ornaments like a pro. Like she had done it all her life.

Carson to. Although I will say that he was still wanting to throw the ornament balls much like his first Christmas when he was 10 months old. Something never change...so glad!

Ahem! This is what happens when a 3 year old decorates your tree. You get 5 ornaments on one branch. My coworker told a story this week of how she would let her son decorate the whole tree and then rearrange it to her liking when he went to bed. He didn't catch on until he was 12! Well I'm telling you this, those 5 ornaments are staying. I'm too tired and frankly way too type B (the opposite of type A?) to mess with a kid decorated tree.

Oh he's still my baby. I love this shot.

Oh and this one to.

And can I just reminesce? This was Carson one year ago! Notice the no pants in 2010 and no shirt in 2011. But look how he's grown in one year! 

My precious ones.


A look back.......Be still my heart. :)


4 comments:

Carolyn said...

I love, love, love the "look back" - you are so good! Perfect pics. Love you girl! And Type B is the way to be :)

G Martinez said...

I love that you are leaving the ornaments clumped together.

Burke and Stacey said...

Love it all! Beautiful! The photo collage may be my favorite though!

Rochelle Palmer said...

Happy Birthday, Betsy! Hope all is well with you and your family.

God has said, "Never will I leave you, never will I forsake you." So we say with confidence, "The Lord is my helper. I will not be afraid. What can man do to me?" Hebrews 13:5-6