Wednesday, January 13, 2010

CHRISTMAS IN CANADA

For Christmas we decided to drive the 11 hours to Canada to visit both sets of parents. The drive was actually pretty smooth until we crossed the border and found this!



I'd forgotten just how much snow Southern Alberta can get! On the other hand, Ethan was in heaven! He did a lot of this:


and a lot of this:

Actually, I have a funny story about Ethan and the picture of him in his bathrobe. So, grandpa Wolff had Christmas music playing outside his house and I was in the living room and noticed through the open blinds that Ethan was out on the front sidewalk dancing away in his robe and shooting off his gun to the beat of the music not having a care in the world. I thought it was hilarious. It was kind of "Christmas Vacation" like. Anyhoo, you had to be there to see it. It was pretty funny. Wish we had it on camera. It was sure nice to go home and spend time with family since it had been 4 years since we had been there for the Christmas holidays. We were taken really good care of and it was really sad to say bye at the end of the week. I will add that it wasn't sad to say goodbye to all that snow! Here's some other pictures of our Christmas holiday for you to check out.


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5 comments:

Debbie said...

Glad you guys got to be home for the holidays! Looks like it was wonderful!

Emily said...

Oh man, I wish we had that kind of snow here. Glad you had a great Christmas!

Shaneen said...

I can just picture Ethan dancing outside in his bathrobe - too funny! It looks like you all had a great time.

Gen said...

Naomi, your blog is always so fun to read and catch up with. If you are looking for more adventures in Idaho check out McCall's Ice festival. I remember going when I was younger and it is something I never forgot. Here is the site for more info if you guys get tempted to go!http://mccallwintercarnival.com/

Thanks for having us! It was an awesome adventure!

Luv Gen

TIFF said...

YAY, I'm so glad I found your blog!! (Thru facebook) It's adorable and it was fun seeing all your holiday pictures! Send Ethan over tomorrow after school, if you don't have plans, KJ's been dying to play with him!