Sunday, December 25, 2005

The shock and awe of Christmas morning

Morgan experienced her first ever Lockett Christmas this morning ... and I think the look on her face and her dad's perhaps says it all ...


The blitz of holiday cheer my parents are capable of delivering can be measured in megatons. Best left to the seasoned pros ...

Merry Christmas, everyone.

4 comments:

Paige said...

Sometimes I think the sole purpose of babies is to make Christmas fun again for adults..

Merry Merry!

amy said...

Damon's first Christmas he needed a nap halfway through the present opening. This year, at 3, he completely forgot it was Christmas when he woke up in the morning and just hung out in his room playing until I started dropping very broad hints about whether his sleep had been disturbed at all by reindeer hooves etc. Funny.
hey are you allowed to talk about your kid on other people's blogs?
wassail

Lesley said...

The first two years of my nieces lives we showered them with gifts that pretty much sat unopened for hours as they had to do the usual naps, bottles, changes etc. Age three-four are the years when it all comes together. As evidenced by my four year old niece screaming "ok more presents, I'm all done [sic] deese ones!!!"

syl said...

hope you had a great christmas!!