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Christmas 2007

Here is our Christmas tree! I made the kids wait for me to take this picture before they could come out. And yes, a strand of lights burned out a few days before Christmas, but I didn't care enough to change them. Oh well.

These are random pictures of Richard and the kids opening their presents. Richard got a nice pair of Gortex gloves from Rexburg Motor Sports which makes shoveling snow much And the kids were pretty much spoiled as usual. What a fun morning!

I thought these pictures of James were cute. He didn't really know what was going on, but he sure had fun sitting in the wagon holding onto these two Mr. Potato Head stocking stuffers. Pretty much all of his gifts had to do with Cars. He was pretty excited.

Here are some pictures of the annual Burt Christmas breakfast which is out of this world! They had everything from oatmeal to omelets, to huckleberry pancakes, bacon, hot chocolate, eggnog, juices etc. It was really hard to taste everything because there was so much to choose from! My Grandma and Granddad Burt also joined us as they do every year. After the breakfast we opened presents and enjoyed each others company until we were ready to go home and collapse!

Anna with Great Granddad

Trev and Jeana

I love this picture of Anna and Sarah with Great Grandma! Precious.

Me helping James open his (take a wild guess) new car!

Lance, Becky, and Abram - just chillin'.

Kevin and Trev

Dad, probably sitting down for the first time all morning!

What a cute couple! Thanks mom and dad for your help in making our Christmas so memorable!

After relaxing at home for a while, Richard's parents stopped by for a visit, and then we went to Grandma and Granddad's in St. Anthony. They had a wonderful dinner and Uncle Steve and Darla put together a fun white elephant gift game. It was nice to see some relatives that I don't get to see very often. What a fun day!