Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Christmas Program

Sunday night was our Church’s annual Christmas Program. This was Grayden’s first year participating in the program. He sang 3 songs along with the other preschoolers, his favorite being “Go, Tell in on the Mountain”
He did so good! We are so proud of him!
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Sadler was cheering Grayden on, thumbs up brother!
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My boys looking extra dapper in their ties!
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Great job, Grayden! I can’t believe how big you are getting!
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16 comments:

Amanda Kapenga said...

He looks darling!!

Anonymous said...

He looks like an old man. I honestly don't get your style for the boys.

Kate said...

hmm, i dont know how to describe it either. his outfit is from gap, old navy and childrens place, i'd say they are some of the top retailers in children's clothing??!!

Traci said...

They both look adorable! Seriously people are rude. If they don't like how you style your boys what business is it of their's anyway. You would think people would be a little nicer after this past week's tragedies. Sad.

julie s said...

So cute! Everyone has their own opinion. What matters is they are loved, nurtured, cared for, taught about God etc. I know so many moms love to dress their girls in those ruffled pants, but I don't like them. I know I'm in the minority because I see it all the time. My son got dressed in his room in the dark last week and went to school with his shirt on backwards. I'm sure some thought "What is his mother thinking?!" I didn't notice unfortunately :( I've learned that there are so many other important things to worry about. What about families who won't have their kids, or kids without parents for the first time this Christmas?

Anonymous said...

Wow, some people can be so rude! Don't let one persons opinion get you down. What happened to the old saying 'if you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything at all'?! Gesh!! I personally love your style for your boys! Being a boy mama myself I would pick the same outfits you do- you have great style/taste. Hope you and your family have a very blessed and joyful Christmas!

Anonymous said...

What a rude comment. How we dress our children is not important, it's how we raise them! I am a long time blog follower of yours, and you are doing a wonderful job loving and raising your children in a Christian home. Like Tracy said, after last Friday's tragic events, we need to be focusing on what is truly important. What a special event for your son to be a part of, singing Christmas songs in church. They are both adorable.

Jessica said...

It amazes me how rude people can be. Actually it sickens me! Your boys are adorable!

Blessings!

Anonymous said...

He looks very au currant. Kudos to his mom.

Erica said...

I absolutely love his outfit! The hat is adorable!!

Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful family.

Anonymous said...

He is a handsome little guy! And I personally love that he looks like a little man. It is adorable. All three of your boys are beautiful!!

Bec74 said...

Your boys are so cute.. I can't stand it!!!
The clothes they wear are awesome! Love the little man style!!
Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

People are rude about alot of things. I would never say anything because to each thier own.. however, putting a 3 yr old in a tie, and hat does seem a bit odd to me. They are sweet and little for a very short time. Enjoy that. Soon enough.. they will never be able to dress "little" again.

Katie.. love the lace shirt!

maydaygirl said...

Hats and ties are completely normal and in style. People are nuts. Love the pics!

Elma said...

Oh my word I LOVE the picture of the boys in front of the trees!! Soooo flippin cute!!
You know it is just amazing how people feel the need to be rude?? Really?? I have a feeling this person is not happy:)
Love your blog and you are wonderful GOD fearing family!! That is all that matters:) Have a Merry Christmas!!!

Anonymous said...

Who cares what the boys are wearing (though, I think they have darling style)you are doing a wonderful job raising these beautiful boys!!