Monday, December 24, 2012

Christmas Programs

Since my mom is about the only one left that reads the blog and can't seem to get the pictures I email her, here are the kids Christmas programs!

I have to say, Cash was the stinking cutest clown!  Too bad their class show was mostly about the girls doing ballet and then the boys only ran out for the last few seconds!  But it was cute.

Then I have to say I LOVE that the twins' are at a Baptist pre-K and can have an actual nativity program, not just a holiday show.  And that they pledge allegiance to the American flag, the Christian flag and the Bible every morning.  Their show was so cute.  They're not in the first "We're Going to Bethlehem" song, but it's so darn cute.  Phoenix is the wiseman in purple and Ashton is on the right end in the back row when they're singing, "Virgin Mary had a baby boy."  And then I also love the "Happy Birthday Jesus....I'm so glad it's Christmas..."  I cry watching it every time I think it's so sweet.

I should have had a picture of me in my festive wear too.  I went to everything decked out in my candy cane tights, hats, and other festive attire. I asked Cash if I looked festive or crazy.  He said I looked so cute and festive so I went with it.  In a few years he'll be totally embarrassed. And I'm sure I'll still do it.  :)

Here was a cute little party we had at my house for the young women from our church, with s'mores (graham crackers spread with marshmallow creme, dipped in chocolate and topped with festive sprinkles) and a hot cocoa bar (toppings of marshmallows, whip cream and more festive sprinkles, or candy canes to stir in).  

And not to be forgotten, this little guy is pretty cute too.


Our family said...

YW you say? I just got put in there and I'm totally stressing about class activities. If you have any super successful ideas, please send them my way. I'm drawing blanks on what to do that the girls will actually feel it's worth leaving their mountains of homework behind to come out for.

Lindsey said...

Your mom + me! What sweet boys in costumes! Merry Christmas, Isoms!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely adorable! I am sure Santa will find them tonight, and I wish you all a happy day tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

And I am so glad that Cash has some teeth now so he can eat Christmas goodies!


Tania said...

I totally loved that my kids went to a Christian Pre-school for just the same reasons! So nice to have a Nativity play and have them say "grace" over snacks.

Geoff and Bets said...

hello im a reader ya know :) love all the pics