Christmas with the Geerlinks

Because of conflicting schedules, Christmas was scheduled to be celebrated with my parents and siblings on December 27. Unfortunately Steph woke up that morning with the stomach flu 😦 So she didn’t make it. But thankfully our little family was finally healthy and all were able to enjoy this Christmas dinner. Mom set the fancy table for Christmas Eve to and we got to see it again on December 27 (and this time I was able to enjoy it). The carnations, the gold risers, the candles. A beautiful spread! DSC_1016 Dad’s job is always carving the turkey. Hard at work again!  DSC_1026 DSC_1028 Everyone ‘busy’ in the kitchen. Looks like a lot of supervisors.DSC_1031 “Mom… where’s the food?”DSC_1040 DSC_1044 It felt very odd to set the table for so few people this Christmas. Our family in Thunder Bay, BC and the other side of Georgetown (sick) were definitely missed!  DSC_1050 DSC_1053 Isaiah learned the actions to “Away in A Manger” this Christmas. He refers to it as “the cow song”… his favorite part is “the cattle are lowing” always followed by “moooooo”. He got the whole table involved after Christmas dinner.  DSC_1056 Gifts started with a duplo gift for Isaiah and Brielle. Isaiah was thrilled to see the barn and all the farm animals. Brielle? She was most excited to back up and sit down on the box. A seat right at my height.  DSC_1063 We all helped to build the farm and tractor and played duplo together for a while. Celebrating Christmas with toddlers.  DSC_1068 DSC_1073 DSC_1077 DSC_1082 DSC_1085 Brielle was just too sweet again with dollies and strollers. DSC_1088 Rick Mercer … mugs, tshirts, hats, and tickets to attend a filming live! For a Rick Mercer enthusiast.DSC_1102DSC_1118DSC_1120The “proper” family Christmas photo.

DSC_1112 And the realistic family Christmas photo.DSC_1117 Celebrating Brielle’s first Christmas this year was full of joy and energy. It is just so fun to see the kids experiencing Christmas and many of the traditions that I have grown up with. I look forward to so many more Christmas’s together.

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