Thursday, December 29, 2011

A Smith Christmas!

There's nothing like the classics to make it feel like Christmas.
I forgot how much I loved this movie and what a great message it has!
I think Linus is still my favorite!
New tradition: make homemade Rice Krispie Treats while watching Charlie Brown Christmas.
Happy Birthday Jesus!

This cookbook, given by mama Marsha, inspired not only the red velvet Birthday cake for Jesus,
but also our Christmas morning brunch and dinner!
Santa thought Matthew should work the runway this year!
Christmas morning tradition #563: watch It's a Wonderful Life after opening presents, while eating a ginormous brunch!


The amazing ginormous brunch, guilt-free (didn't you know that calories don't count during the holidays!?), inspired by Southern Living Christmas.
*Not pictured: the lovely and scrumptious coffee cake appetizers (to be served during stocking-opening)
Christmas at the Blair/Maupin household always proves worthy of photographs!
Thanks to Aunt CJ for the matching anti-sweat undershirts. 
Scotch decided to get a little adventurous and fry our turkey this year.
Matt Blair looks a little too subdued for the danger he is embarking upon. 
It was tasty, but a little too built-up to be worth all the fuss (in my humble opinion).
Slightly overrated. However, putting the sweet potato fries in that cooker made all the difference!
It was one of the best Christmases ever!
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good-night!


Ready for all the joys and excitement that 2012 shall bring!

~MerryBuster

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