Tis the Season

Nothing says Merry Christmas like a stomach virus making its way through the house.

It started with Abbey. I picked her up at her dad's house on Christmas Eve and we started the trip to Virginia to spend Christmas with Greg and his family. This is how she spent the 3 hour trip.
at least she came prepared with a "puke bucket" Christmas day was fun. She woke up feeling better and we ate yummy biscuits and gravy and ham. We opened presents and enjoyed visiting.
Did I mention she got her braces off the last day of school before Christmas break?
I could just kiss this lil face off.
Shhhh.....don't tell Greg I shared this pic with you.

The girls experenced their first ever "REAL" Christmas tree. They loved thaving a live tree. Abbey and I (mostly Abbey after I taught her) had made the bows for our Christmas presents. I have a pattern to share with you, as soon as I find the link again. Trust me it is super easy. We made them all in an afternoon.
Super easy I promise!!
more presents were opened.....and then it happened. We went from this.
to this.
to this. In less than an hour. 
Poor baby didn't even get to play with her Monster High School that Abbey stayed up putting together for her. Then I got it. Good thing about being the person with the camera....There are no sick pics of me.
I sure hope it passes by your family, it is a rough one. Today was the final day of Christmas celebration with the girlies and I was happy to make them cry from happiness and tell me they had the best Christmas EVER. I even got the tree down already.
Bring on the New Year!!!

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