Friday, March 1, 2013

Christmas 2012 part 2

aside from the surprise birth of our son over the christmas holiday, our stay down in baltimore was so perfect and wonderful.  i had forgotten and underestimated how much more fun christmas is when there are children who are excited about santa clause around.

as i mentioned before beau and i drove down to maryland to spend christmas with a few of his siblings and we had a blast! we frequented the local grocery store wegmans which lived up to the hype around it. i could spend all day in a store like that. we also visited the amish dutch market. that was an adventure all in itself complete with the amish folks and the best pretzels i've ever had.

check out that beard

we took a trip down to d.c. with the whole crew. it was so so fun being at the museum of art during christmas time

like probably every other guy that walks past this modern piece of art, beau had to get a picture with it

the sedgwick home was decorated so beautifully and it was such a blast being able to participate in all their christmas traditions..most of which involved food. those are my favorite traditions. jessica made her famous toffee among other amazing christmas treats. 


 to everyone's surpirse we got snow on christmas eve! it was everyones christmas wish com true! it snowed all day and made for great snowing on christmas morning. definitely a year to remember.

 beau playing with the kiddos. this probably somehow ended in tears.


the sedgwicks property is gorgeous complete with a sledding hill and creek at the bottom. (which the boys tried to jump while sledding).



 can you see the teeny tiny people down there?




 Christmas even dinner did not disappoint. jessica and claire pulled out all the stops and we had quite the feast. And to top it off the missionaries joined us and shared with us their amazing musical talent.



winter wonderland that evening 

jason and beau got lots of snuggling in and had quite a few romantic moments if i do say so myself.


Christmas morning sledding



Look at that sunrise!
And the rest is history...the next day I went into labor and our lives were never the same.


1 comment:

  1. the amish guy at the market thing looks like "sam from albertson's deli"...although he has put on a few lbs over the past few years.

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