tried to pluck out each other's binkys and Jack
tried to teach Emmett how to share toys. Emmett does not know how to share toys as he doesn't have too many kids his age to play with currently. Jack was very generous and patient when Emmett would take a toy out of his hands and take off with it. The boys took their first bath together. It took Emmett a bit to take in all the floaty to
ys and big tub but he eventually came around. Emmett and Jack exchanged gifts and played with the bows, paper and maybe their new toys they each got. The adults got to enjoy Chinese food one evening, a huge
Italian dinner and trivial pursuit-Genius edition on another(not sure who's idea it was to play the genius edition after a few glasses
of wine?!). Luke and I finally got to take Emmett out in the snow on Friday. It snowed for a good part of the afternoon and into the evening. Snow is so pretty when it is not blowing sideways!
On Saturday, Luke, Emmett, Ken and I drove up to Loveland to enjoy christmas dinner with Chrissy and the parents. Gre
at meal mom! This morning we had Christmas. Emmett had already partially
ripped open one of his gifts with Grammy before anyone had even gotten up. He sure loves the wrapping paper but you have to be on alert cause he loves to put it in his mouth. He'll be poopingpretty paper by morning! We had a wonderful time exchanging gifts and drinking Mimosas. Luke gave Mom a strange moose bowl that is starting to grow on us all. It might become the gift that gets passed on throughout the family. Lookout for next year, Tarvin and Anderson Clans!