Hanging out at Hotel Teatro
Gabe and Kevin boxing!
Our box to open from the Northpole!
I thought I would update you all on our Christmas. I know, its a little late. It's hard to believe that Christmas passed by so quickly. We had a wonderful Christmas! We started some of our own family traditions and also spent some great time with family! This is our last Christmas without children, so it was fun deciding on some of our own Christmas traditions. We are going to make it a tradition to spend Christmas morning at our own house, so we did just that. Our Christmas morning consisted of a homemade breakfast and opening gifts together! We felt like little kids again! Some dear friends of ours, who won't admit it, dropped off an anonymous box from "santa" a few days before Christmas. So, we joyfully got to open that surprise box! We were overwhelmed by their generosity and kindness! We were seriously like little kids; so excited about the gifts we found in this box from the northpole! What a blessing!
After spending the morning with one another, we went up to Denver to spend the rest of Christmas day with my Dad and family. It was great to see everyone and hang out with my sisters and their husbands. My little step sister, Maddie, was given guitar hero for Christmas so the guys spent a lot of time playing hero and also battling one another in boxing on the Wi. They were intense! Gabe and I battled at ping pong, I must say, as a pregnant woman, I still have my game! :) But, Gabe ended up beating me in the best out of 5 games.
Overall, it was just a blessing to be surrounded by family on Christmas!
The day after Christmas is my Dad's birthday. This year he turned 60! So we had a family celebration for him in downtown Denver. My Dad and Stepmom, Eileen, blessed us all by getting us hotel rooms at Hotel Teatro. We ate dinner in the wine cellar, a delicious 5 course meal! It was fun to celebrate my Dad. He has been such a faithful and hard working Dad! I am grateful for everything he has done for me! A few of his siblings flew into Denver for the event, which meant a lot to my Dad!
Here are some pictures to update you on all these events!