There was a unwrapped plasma car under the tree for M but this is what he did when he first came out.
Eventually he was interested in the car and now it gets up to surprisingly high speeds on a variety of paths, including from my walk in closet to pantry. Almost daily he likes to hook his arm behind my knee while importuning me with cries of "Stuck!" to free the car from wherever he lodged it. Of course I drive it back because it is really fun and supports like 400 pounds.
J loved her pajamas from Uncle Todd.
Lil' Sis and Bro-in-law were staying with us and enjoyed our low key Christmas morning.
M also got some cool transforming dino race cars, but the candy was more important. It's a good thing there are big sisters to help out.
This gesture makes me think my daughter should definitely spend some time in Japan.
J also received a My Little Pony book and playset. Santa also brought the clock she asked him for. Yes, she asked for a clock, not any toys. A digital clock, one that goes on a dresser, not the wall, were the specifications. The one she received has a green light that come on when it is ok to wake up and go in to Mom and Dad's room. Best. gift. ever.
Husband gave me an awesome bluetooth speaker I had been wanting and I gave him some new clothes, eggnog taffy, and secretly got the laptop buzzing fixed. I loved the gift J gave to Jesus the Sunday before, that she would listen to her parents and be sweet. We are beyond blessed!