It was incredible! I got the Alabama Redneck and Cheesy Beef and I can't wait to try more of their tacos. We had a great time together!
We continued our tradition of walking the Tinsel Trail in downtown Huntsville. Companies around town adopt and decorate a tree and there are hundreds to enjoy.
This is our fourth year going and the third with our guys!
Moma and Daddy went all out to make Christmas beautiful, meaningful and memorable.
We spent Monday getting ready for our annual Open House with some of our BSF friends. Chris made his traditional cookies...that's one cute chef!
It was wonderful to have a house full of friends!
Of course, Moma hosted some party games that had us all in stitches!
We started a new tradition this year- Thrift Gifts! We drew names in August and hunted thrift stores, antique malls, yard sales and pawn shops to find the perfect gift for whoever we chose. We decided to open the thrift gifts before dinner on Christmas Eve. Nick had Daddy's name and found him the cutest little sheriff at a yard sale.
Abby had Moma's name and found her the mini version of her tea glasses.
And in a typical twin twist, I had Abby's name and got her the mini versions of our Nanny's glasses! I also found a pink one that is 100% ABBY! I found my treasures as a couple of thrift shops.
Daddy found Chris an all-purpose tool at a pawn shop...
...and Chris found me a giant rooster at an antique mall.
Moma had Nick's name and found him a board game and a cuddly puppy that has a long back story! We decided to make this a yearly tradition!
We always go out to Christmas Eve dinner and then go home to open gifts (except for the stockings Santa brings everyone on Christmas morning). It's all just so fun and we love opening gifts one at a time and "oooo" and "ahhhh" at everything. We all got so many great gifts but the only pic I took was of Chris with his new smoker from Moma and Daddy! Ummm...YUM!
Nothing beats Christmas in Dixie!