Post-Acoughalypse Part 2: With Cookies!

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Today we continue with our Christmas posts, with a little bit of random Owen-ness tossed in. We already covered the time up in Sherman, so we’ll wrap it up with our trip to Houston.

Which of course meant presents…

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It could be anything…


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Cheese!


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Owen looks like he loves it.

Then, of course, the playing…

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I bet Papa is still sore.


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Daddy is too.


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Owen play is a little less strenuous.


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“That’s Madicat!”


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Cheese!

Again, we somehow managed to get a decent family photo.

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Even Owen is looking!

Max and Emma spent a good portion of the day together, which meant lots of entertaining photos (and some video, which I’m sure I’ll get around to posting in April or something).

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Dancing!


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Sharing!


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Hugging!


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Cheesing!


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Cooking!

Owen found all of this incredibly exciting.

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With Nan again?


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Ahh, that’s better. Aunt Jenn stole you for a while.


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Hooray! Papa, too.

Did I mention the dancing? There was a lot of dancing.

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…with Santa this time. Last time was with a dancing robot. Seriously. Not joking.

After all that, we headed home to try and relax for the rest of our time off. Didn’t quite work out the way we wanted, but at least I got a chance to play with my new camera (thanks, Christy!) and snap some good shots of the little guy while his brother was at school.

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Not much to say. Just cuteness.


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Cuteness in transit.


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Cuteness with feet in the background.


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Aaaand lastly, cuteness with strong neck muscles.

With that, we’re all caught up through Christmas. Next time we’ll move along through New Year’s and maybe even catch up to this week! If you want to see the rest of the photos from The Woodlands (and a few more from home), you can click here, here, and here.

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