Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Scheib Family Christmas

Tonight was the Scheib Family Christmas. It was a nice, laid back evening. The kids played while the adults ate goodies! Along with the annual glass ornaments that the kids get, Nancy made all the kids blankets. If their not careful, Mommy is going to be stealing these blankets. They are fleece and very warm! She did a great job on them and they were a huge hit with all the kids! "Grandpa and Grandma scored!"


Uncle Jason and Aunt Tanya with Renee and Autumn (Ryan and April's girls). Autumn was enjoying the candy cane!! Look at that cute, sticky face.

The kids opening their ornaments...
This year's ornaments were all personalized. Brenna got an ornament shaped as an envelope "stuffed" with goodies.
Alyssa's ornament was in the shape of a purse...very fitting for this little girl!
Ethan's ornament was a basketball. He was so proud of his ornament and wanted to put it on Grandma's tree. He couldn't wait to get home to put it on our tree.
Brenna with her new blanket...I love this print!
Alyssa was very proud of her blanket and informed mommy that she wasn't going to share. I bet the next time she wants to snuggle with me she has the new blanket with her.
Ethan was so excited with his blanket. It was a John Deere print. When we headed for home, he was sure we had left the blanket at Grandpa and Grandma's house because he couldn't see it in the van. We couldn't convince him until we got home to show him that we didn't forget his new blanket.
Jason, Ryan and Norvel enjoying dessert...Nancy made a wonderful dessert! It was a pineapple cake with a toasted coconut frosting...Mmm, Yum!
Derrick and Amy weren't able to join us due to work and weather (they live in Sedro Woolley and were dumped on with snow)...they sure were missed!

3 comments:

Tanya said...

Goodness... let's work on being a little less prompt with the blogging! You are setting quite a precedent for tomorrow night! :0)

The Scheib Family said...

I'm just making up for the lack of posting over the past couple of weeks. :) Here's hoping we actually make it to your house today!!

Amy Scheib said...

It looks like you guys all had a wonderful time. The blankets are really cute! We wish we could have been there. Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas!