Sunday, December 26, 2010

Christmas memories...

What a great time we had in Fort Wayne with our son, daughter-in-law, and little Garrett! It was so special to be able to be with them for Garrett's first Christmas!

Most of the time Garrett is all smiles. And boy does he like to "talk"--he is quite a chatterbox!

I think these photos speak a thousand words.





We weren't able to be with Haiden on Christmas morning, but we were able to talk with him via Skype. We're looking forward to celebrating a belated Christmas with him (and his parents) in a few days. What fun that will be!!

Merry Christmas!!

12 comments:

Margaret said...

What wonderful pictures! Garrett is adorable! Glad you got to spend his first Christmas with him! Have fun when you see Haiden!

April Mechelle said...

Great Pictures Ellen !!! Beautiful little one!

Nancy said...

Beautiful pictures and memories! Garrett is so cute!

CalamityJr said...

Garrett is such a cutie - but isn't his stocking bigger than he is?? Oh, well - in no time at all he'll tower over it, lol!

Laurie in Iowa said...

I love the expression on Garrett's face in the 1st photo. Lucky you to have your delayed Christmas with Haiden to look forward to celebrating.

Sheila said...

What a dear little chap he is :) Merry Christmas to you and Tom.

Deanne J said...

What a sweetie, so glad you could be with him for his first Christmas.

Ma Teakettle said...

What a total cutie! I love the pics of Grandpa reading to him, and of course the one with Grandma.
Enjoy the time with family.
XO
Ma TK

Bertie said...

Gorgeous Garrett:) A happy boy and I am sure he loves the attention from his grandparent's :))
Happy New Year and may your health be so much better in 2011 Ellen.

woolwoman said...

Such darling photos of Garrett and his proud parents and g-parents - lucky you to be there for his first christmas. He looks like a cheerful little guy. Enjoy every minute - Hugs Mel

Catherine said...

What a cutie!

Kathy said...

Love, love, love the photos of baby Garrett. He is just precious. Christmas and children go together so well.