On Christmas Eve the children present a gift to the person whose name they drew. We used to keep who got who a secret, but we gave up on that a few years back and just try to keep the gift a secret. That is hard enough with a lot of little people with big mouths.
On Christmas morning, we open the rest of the gifts. We generally then make a hot chocolate run in our pajamas and bring it home to drink with our cinnamon rolls. This Christmas, we waited until evening to make our traditional run.
|Christmas jammies and Big Foot slippers|
This will probably be Aunt Deb's last Christmas living in America. We will hope she is able to fly back at least one of the next few Christmases.
|Aunt Deb and Selah|