Merry Christmas!

25 Dec

We were blessed to have a great Christmas! Christmas Eve, Ethan went to school and transitioned into the preschool room! He did great! He will spend a portion of his days there this week and start full time there next week! I picked him up early for Preschool to go to church at Mary, Seat of Wisdom. He did well, but really wanted something to drink and when the priest opened with “let us pray” he yelled “no!” After church we headed to the Schaab house for a “Straube” Christmas Eve. This included opeatec, mushroom soup, perogi, among other traditional dishes. After a fun grab bag game, we headed home to spread out the reindeer food, leave cookies for Santa and get ready for bed!


Ethan was very excited to see what Santa brought him this morning! He got a kitchen helper from Santa as well as some books, cars and a cool flashlight! He got a train table that Ben made with all the trains from us! He enjoyed opening gifts via FaceTime with family in Columbus and gifts at my parents with the Kuhr side. He is one spoiled boy! We enjoyed hosting a Christmas brunch at our house with chicken and waffles, honey baked ham, bacon, salads, fruit, monkey bread and lots of desserts! We had a fun day celebrating the holiday with family! We hope each and every one of you had an amazing Christmas as well!!

From our house to yours, Merry Christmas!






One Response to “Merry Christmas!”

  1. thechicagocoopers December 27, 2012 at 9:04 pm #

    Merry Christmas Lewis family! I love the train table. Ryan has officially lost his new Percy train already….maybe he can borrow one of Ethan’s 😉

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