Sunday, December 18, 2005

Little Packages

I am sure there will be a picture on Motherkitty's blog first, since she is the one with the digital camera, but my little Dancer Girl was in her first Christmas production today. All the the little 3 and 4 year olds were decorated as Christmas presents. Dancer Girl chose a green striped wrapping paper with Christmas trees for her box. She had a pretty blue bow on her head. They were all soooo cute as they sang, "Good things come in little packages....just like me!" Grandma and Grandpa, Uncle Brent, and Dada and Little Sister were all there to cheer her on. I think if I had let her, Little Sister would have been right up there singing and dancing too. She really wants to do everything her big sister does. I really like Christmas-time. It is a good time to get together with family and show each other love. Oh yeah, and we did get our Christmas tree up this week. Dancer Girl and Little Sister put up almost all the ornaments. So, if you come to our house, don't be surprised if all the ornaments are on the bottom half of the tree. Little Sister, who will be 2 years old in March, put hers up in little constellations, 3 or 4 on one branch. I really love Christmas carols, and I am so happy that both my girls like to sing them too. We have been singing every day. I am so glad God gave me two little packages: my 2 girls are more than good things in little packages to me. They are 2 of the best gifts I have ever gotten. I am thankful that He chose them for my family.

2 comments:

Motherkitty said...

Thank you for inviting us to see our little Dancer Girl perform in her first Christmas pageant. We had a wonderful time and it was certainly worth it to see the pleasure on her face of seeing her family there for her. It will be a wonderful memory for her and us. We love you guys.

judypatooote said...

First, let me say a really cute picture of kitty amongest the greens, and next this is a very sweet post....I love watching kids in there Christmas program....At my church we have one little girl, around 5 who steals the show... At my little granddaughter church they have 3 big screens up, and show different angles and close ups of each child....that is a hoot....