Thursday, December 27, 2012

Christmas in Atlanta

Our Christmas in Atlanta, with handmade stockings, paper chains and Star Wars Snowflakes.


Kids wearing their "life is good" shirts from Aunt Becky.







We did the Christmas 5k Race with the Totem Running Club.







Had the best evening ever at Totem's party at the Georgian Terrace on Christmas Eve!













Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, the kids spent time with Greg, and their Grandma Terry and Grandpa Ron, baking cookies, playing chess, building Legos and robots and glow toys.  We also got to go to a private screening of "Worlds Away 3D", Cirque du Soleil's new movie.



The day after Christmas, we took the kids out to Stone Mountain for holiday festivities.  It was a little too cold for comfort - temperatures have been in the 30s and 40s here, and windy - but we still managed to enjoy shows, a train ride, the Great Barn playhouse, mini-golf and a little parade.  You can see the Confederate Memorial Carving in the mountain behind us.

Now, it's time to pack up the decorations, and everything else in the apartment - Luggage Day is tomorrow, and we leave for Miami in a few days.

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