Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Our Christmas Letter

Merry Christmas! I hope this finds you all having a wonderful and peace-filled holiday! We have had quite a year and can’t wait to spend a few weeks reflecting on it and enjoying all our blessings.

Jack started our year off with a bang by making his grand entrance into the world three and a half weeks early and catching his mommy quite unprepared. I guess I’ve just gotten so used to being late with everything:) He’s such a sweetheart, though, that we just can’t imagined how we ever got by without him.

Brenna is our little princess. I am loving all the hair bows, playing dress up, and baby dolls that go along with having a little girl who is two and a half. She is such a little doll herself, although being a princess does come with a certain amount of attitude. We’re working on that!


Levi turns five this month. One day this fall he reached up in church and put his hand on my shoulder - he’s really turning into quite a little man. He played weeball this year and had such a great time. Actually we all had a great time. It must be the Warnock in us!


We started home(pre)schooling this fall. Lots of field trips like this one to the pumpkin patch. So far we’re having a great time and learning a lot! I can’t tell y’all how much I have loved being at home this year!


Casey is still working hard, but he always makes time to hang out with us and he’s teaching a Sunday School class that he really enjoys. He and the kids especially love wrestling before bedtime!

I hope you’re all enjoying the holidays with your family and counting all your blessings! Merry Christmas!

5 comments:

Holly said...

Merry Christmas, Shannon. I love the pictures. You are blest, baby! :)

Jayleigh said...

Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful family. :-)

Shannon said...

Thank y'all so much!

Renee said...

It's wonderful to discover your blog just when there is your Christmas letter. So I learn to know all your lovely family. I'm a French mother of 5 and I do like discover how people live far away. I have a blog written both in English and in French, so you can have a quick trip to France just looking at it. You'll discover my area and my activities. If you do so, please leave a short comment, so that I can answer you. God bless you all in the family.

Myfriendconnie said...

Hi Shannon,

Sweet pictures. I just wanted to invite you to my new blog. I'm making and selling a look-a-like of Barbara's apron from Mommy Life.