Holiday with the Kids


All my kids! Okay, there’s that new short one with the antlers. We love her!

We’re missing Ross, but hopefully he will be home within the next couple weeks. I usually take my tree down right away because I can’t STAND a Christmas tree after Christmas, but I’m going to TRY to leave it up until Ross comes home.


No promises!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 26, 2013  

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  1. 12-26

    OMG, that is the most spoiled goat in history! Bless her little heart. :yes:

  2. 12-26

    I can’t stand the tree up after Christmas either! We actually took ours down yesterday, of course we had our Christmas on Saturday because of my husband’s work schedule so that gave me a good excuse to take it down on Christmas day this year.

  3. 12-26

    He will appreciate it…..;)

  4. 12-27

    Our Christmas tree and all the decorations were taken down Christmas eve after our Christmas was done. Want it “all gone” when there is nothing left under the tree.
    Suzanne, Santa Claus brought me a CHICKENS IN THE ROAD book. Well written and I am glad that you are happy now. hoosiergal

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