Monday, December 27, 2010

Christmas 2010

So the week of Christmas, the Frost family was hit with a stomach virus.  All the plans I had of baking and playing with the kids went out the window.  Instead, the boys and I spent several days on the couch hoping and praying it would end quickly.  It did not.  Needless to say, we've seen better Christmases.  Thankfully, we did not have travel plans and were just able to take it easy.

Today we all felt much better and were able to play outside and enjoy our beautiful weather.  I was the lucky recipient of a great new camera for my Christmas gift and couldn't wait to try it out with the boys.  I have a lot to learn about using my camera and am looking forward to taking some classes to try and figure it out.  Thank goodness I have no desires to become a professional photographer!

Here are some new pictures of my sweet kiddos.


Saturday, December 18, 2010

Aidan's Christmas Program

This past week, Aidan had his first preschool program. The two year old class sang Jingle Bells and they each had little bells to ring. It was so cute! I knew my little Aidan was on the small side, but I had no idea he'd be the smallest in his class. What he lacks in size, he makes up for in personality and energy!

Caleb also had his program this week, but there were so many people there I couldn't get anywhere close enough for a picture. Caleb was asked to do a speaking/singing part alone this year, but he was just too nervous to accept. We're hoping he'll decide to go through with it if he's asked again next year. He has such a pretty little voice.

We've had a wonderful fall! We have all been busy and I just haven't felt like trying to post it all. We had a fun Halloween that included Lori coming to stay with us, a trip to fabulous San Francisco for Caleb and I, a couple trips to Disneyland and a relaxing Thanksgiving for my little family of 4. The kids are so excited for Christmas, with Aidan asking daily, "is it kwissmiss yet?". We are looking forward to the time off from school and work and hope to see extended family soon after the holidays.