Wordless Wednesday: Christmas Wrap-Up Edition

The aftermath. As of this morning, it's all still there.

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18 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Christmas Wrap-Up Edition”

  1. Krista says:

    Beautiful. Especially the picture of little Evan kissing his little sister. My heart just exploded.

  2. Jana says:

    WOW your children are so cute! I LOVE the photo of your oldest kissing his baby sis! Precious precious memories you’ve captured!!

  3. Other Erin says:

    What lucky kid had Santa leave them a vacuum?

    Really great pictures – it took me a minute on the ones of Evan and Caroline to realize someone was holding her head. Your family is adorable.

  4. Leah says:

    The giant grin in #4 is the absolute best. I can only hope Calder is that happy about having a sibling.

  5. The one with Little Evan and Caroline? Where he is smiling so big? I die of cuteness.

  6. Audrey says:

    It’s good to know I’m not the only one with a house that Christmas morning never left. :D

  7. Brigid Keely says:

    One of the things I like about you/your family is that you don’t seem to limit yourselves as strictly as I do about what Evan is “too little” for. It hadn’t even occurred to me to get Niko involved in decorating cookies this year, even ones he would eat (as opposed to shipping out, which is where most of our cookies (about 20 dozen) went), although I thought about how great upcoming Christmases with cookie decorating would be.

    The photos of him and Caroline are heart meltingly awesome.

    • bebehblog says:

      The funny thing about the cookie decorating is Holly over at Baby in Brooklyn posted a picture of her daughter decorating cookies and I was all “DUDE! My kid could NOT do that!!!”

      Then my mom came up and volunteered to do the baking/decorating with him and he loved it. He ate a whole bunch of those red hot candies too. Weirdo.

  8. Gosh, she looks like her big brother, doesn’t she? SO cute!

  9. Meg says:

    My brain while looking at this post:

    Pic 1: I thought, “Oh, how sweet!”


    Pic 3: “Oh, nothing can top that one.”


    Pic 4: “Okay, yeah, that one tops Pic 3 but definitely *nothing else can*”


    Pic 5: “Yeah, that did it. I’m just gonna stop thinking that nothing else can top these pics before Suzanne prooves me wrong again.”

    Those two pics of Little Evan with Caroline are priceless. Frame-on-the-wall-worthy!

  10. so lovely! little e looks SO big holding his little sis! looks like a wonderful christmas. horray!

  11. Veronica says:

    Im dying from the cute. The pictures of both children together are just too beautiful for words. Hope youre recovering well. Your family (and you obviously) are just too beautiful.

  12. Natalie says:

    Oh the cute. Love them ALL.

    I have pics of Olivia kissing Sophia as a newborn and they still make me weepy. And we DO have the same laptop, except Sophia’s is purple. Because apparently she’s a girl, or something.

  13. Alison says:

    Good grief, you have adorable kids! :)

  14. Kim says:

    I keep going back to look at pic #4. LOVE!!

    And I can’t help noticing the Thomas train in the last pic. Is that the Shake ‘n Go Thomas? I have a post coming soon about how that one never made it out of the box. haha

    • bebehblog says:

      I don’t think it’s a “real” Thomas train but it sure looks like one. It’s actually remote controlled and Little Evan LOVES it. Our friends Brandon & Amanda gave it to him and if he was old enough to understand what that meant he might ask to be their kid instead of ours – it is THAT COOL of a toy in his opinion.

  15. Shari says:

    My goodness, could these pictures be ANY cuter? I think not. What precious moments to have captured :)

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