We went to Georgia to visit my family the day after Christmas. After being stuck in the Denver airport for the better part of a day no thanks to a certain Nigerian terrorist, we finally made it to my parents house on Hickory Hill Farm:). We kept so busy the whole time we were there which is saying a lot since my parents live 20 minutes away from civilization. We saw Sherlock Holmes (loved, loved, loved it), played tons of fun games, took a short trip to Hilton Head Island and Savannah (post to follow), celebrated 4 birthdays (in 2 days), celebrated the New Year, ate at my fave BBQ place, Cafe Pig (named so appropriately for the portions I ate), went bowling, and played more fun games. It was really such a nice, relaxing, fun trip.
One night we went to my Aunt Jana's house to celebrate my cousin, Parker's and Christian's b-day. This is Parker's dog, Poppy. Amelia loved that little thing.
We celebrated Christian's birthday at home the next night. The Big 3-0. Wow. Can't believe it. Which means we're only a couple years from a mid-life crisis, right?:)
We brought in the New Year with the kids a little early that night. My ultra-crafty sister, Emily, made these cute little glasses out of pipe cleaner.
We went to the local Griffin bowling alley the next day. I'd like to say that Oliver tore it up and by his expression in this picture, you might even believe it. But, the truth is that his bowling skills, like his mom's, leaves much to be improved upon.