Christmas is rarely had on Christmas Day in the Miller household. Dennis and I exchanged our gifts, but we waited until January 3 to celebrate with his daughters. It is well worth the wait though. Both girls are exact opposites in every way, except that they're both gorgeous.
Hannah is the oldest, the artist, and on the left; Rachel is currently in the Masters Program at Davis for nutrition. They are both alot of fun to have around.
........and their beaus...(Dustin Left & Mike on the Right)
Sunday morning Hannah made the best fritatta (that girl can cook!) and we opened gifts. We'd asked them to give us photos and they did; we now have two very nicely framed photos of them to hang on our walls. Hannah also painted us a picture of a "Featherhorse," since the name of Dennis' business is Featherhorse Designs. Its on a small canvas, so it will fit perfectly in the yurt.
We were very excited about the gifts we got for them. I don't know about your kids, but as they get older, they get harder to buy for. This year though, we did great. Rachel had been wanting a dog but her boyfriend, Mike, doesn't think they should get one--so we got her one. A really big one...she named him Moose.
After presents, we took a hike down to visit the horses then up to the ponds again since Rachel and Mike had missed out on yesterday's adventures. Hank opted to stay home, but by the time this second hike was over, Chloe was tolerating Violet quite nicely.