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Greenville, North Carolina, United States
Hello, My name is Tracey. I am a wife, sister, daughter, and mother of three. I have taken photos of my children and family members for years. My love for photography became a passion when I received my first 35mm SLR from my wonderful husband for my 1st Mothers Day. Nothing captures a moment in time like a photograph. It is my desire to capture images that reflect life's moments as you remember it.

Thomas

Thomas
Thomas is our first born son. He loves to swim, ride bikes, skate board, and body board. He loves to read and does well in school. He was named after my Dad. He is known as "The Ladies Man" at school. Chicks dig him!

Tyler

Tyler
Tyler is our "smiley" second child. He is very loving and sweet. His tries to use his smile to keep him out of trouble. He enjoys riding his bike, making sand castles, skate boarding, and sports. His smiling face will win your heart.

Tanner

Tanner
Tanner is our baby of the family. He loves to play with his big brothers and will try (and most of the time succeed) to do everything that his big brothers do! He has the funniest expressions. He is a good little fellow and a Mama's Boy.

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Sunday, December 28, 2008

Christmas Day

We had a wonderful Christmas this year. My little Tanner was sick with a fever which started Christmas Eve and all day Christmas day. Poor guy, he slept 4 hours on Christmas day. He is feeling much better now . Any how, we missed Rebecca and Steven (in-laws) as they are living in Florida now and were not able to make the trip home for Christmas. We still had a house full - full of family and full of love. My parents, my sister Many, my sister Stevie and her fiance Brock, Ms. Nancy(Steven's mother), and Steven's Uncle Joe and Aunt Jean were all here to celebrate Christmas. We had a nice brunch which consisted of way too much food, and opened gifts. The boys were so excited to see that Santa had brought them what they asked for. They got a Nintendo DS and a Wii. That is all that they asked for - good thing because the elves couldn't build them any more gifts! LOL. We all enjoyed the day - I just wished it could have lasted a little bit longer...



We sprinkled Reindeer food out- it consists of oatmeal and glitter. The glitter makes the oatmeal "sparkle" so the Reindeer can see it from the sky.










Here are the boys in their new jamimies. I normally get them Christmas jammies, but I couldn't find any this year. I think they liked these better!





Tanner - not feeling up to taking pictures.



Cookies for Santa.



Aunt Stevie passing out gifts.









The aftermath.... Sad - I know. But it was Christmas!

10 Shout Outs:

Kim said...

They look so cute in their jammies. Missed seeing you this year on Christmas!

Maggie said...

What a great idea - throwing out the Reindeer food. I had never heard of that before! =)

I love the aftermath picture. That is hilarious! ha ha What a mess!! =) Our house was (and still is, in a few rooms) like that, too!!

My Three Sons said...

Looks like a great Christmas in your house. Hope Tanner is feeling much better. I used to be that kid that was always sick on holidays and it was never fun.

Take care.

Tiff said...

What a neat idea putting glitter in the reindear food! Glad you guys had a great time. I hope Tanner is better!

Nancy said...

Looks like you had a nice Christmas. I'm sorry your son was sick though.

colepack said...

By 10am it alwasy looks like Chtristmas puke :)

Liz said...

Seems like there is always somebody sick on Christmas...mine have been passing around pink eye since Christmas eve....
looks like you had a wonderful Christmas. Sorry you couldn't get home with your family

Shana W. said...

Looks like a good Christmas was had by you and your family.

Sorry I haven't been by your blog in awhile. We made a last minute decision to go to Cincinnati for New Years and just got home yesterday evening. :o) Hope you had a wonderful NEW YEARS!!!

Izzy 'N Emmy said...

Looks fabulous! I am so glad you had a wonderful holiday and that the little guy is feeling better!

4funboys said...

One of the things I love most about Christmas is the jammies... love them, especially ones with footsies.

My son would love the one with the guitar... very cool!