We had a wonderful Christmas this year! We spent Christmas Eve at my sister-in-law Monica’s house, where we had a great time eating, laughing, and opening presents. On Christmas morning, the kids woke up bright and early (of course). We hosted my parents, brother, and aunt for presents and breakfast. And after a morning and afternoon of playing with new toys, it was off to my parents’ house for a delicious Christmas dinner. Everything was relaxed and lovely and perfect. I hope all of you who celebrate had as nice a day as we did!
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~I visited the private terminal at LAX where rich people pay upwards of $4,500 to skip the lines and pull up to their planes in BMWs, and it made me feel like a billionaire
~TV antennas are making a comeback in the age of digital streaming
~Scientists think they’ve found a super-Earth exoplanet dripping with sapphires and rubies
~Rising Instagram Stars Are Posting Fake Sponsored Content
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~Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Surprises Mom With A New Home For Christmas
I mean…what is there to say about this garbage bin of a year? It was a bad year for our country, a horrible year for my hometown, and an all-around nightmare for countless others. My family at least had a bright spot with the birth of our sweet chunkalicious Harper Alice. I hope that 2019 is better for everyone in every way imaginable.
JUST LOOK AT THOSE CHEEKS!
Happy Sunday and see you next year!!!