Christmas 2015

Another year, another cheesy Christmas letter from us. Taking a page from elementary school, I decided to go all acrostic on you all.

C-The Chickies moved to one of the rooms downstairs. One of the biggest benefits to two girls headed into adolescence is the large Closet they now share.

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H- Hannah got her braces off (woohoo, popcorn feast!), on the exact same day that Emma got her braces on (sad trombone).

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R- Recliners. We picked up a two of these during our rearranging for baby this year. They are the most sought after and fought after items in the school room.

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I- Isaiah. He was born. He’s cute. We love him. ❤ ❤ ❤

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S-Senior mobile developer. The job title Bryan took when a new job found him this spring. His current job title there is Lead Mobile Architect.

T-Toddler. Probably my most used word on Twitter this year where I recounted Micah’s many, many antics.

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M-Mission trip. Emma went to her first mission trip. It was in town, but she stayed at the church the whole week. Bryan joined her many nights. Hannah and I tried to hold down the fort on our own.

A-Anniversary. Bryan and I had our 15th anniversary this year. I guess the gift for that is crystal, but we just went up to the cities all by ourselves for a day or two. We like that better than crystal.

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S-Stroll. The family walked a ton this summer which was great exercise while I was pregnant. We made discoveries.

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And later in the summer, Bryan and I would head out while Emma babysat in the mornings. It was magical.

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2-The number of trips Bryan has taken to California for his new job. Also, the number of times we have survived his absence.

collage0-The number of full nights of sleep I’ve had since early September.

1-The number of dimples on Isaiah’s sweet face.
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5-The number of strands in Hannah’s braid. Emma has become our new resident hair stylist, and she’s quite talented.

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Praying that this year brings you joy as we celebrate Jesus, who came that we might have life and have it abundantly!

And the angel said to them, “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.
Luke 2:10-11 ESV
http://bible.com/59/luk.2.10-11.ESV

Merry Christmas!

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Amie

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Hi! I'm Amie. Bryan's wife. Joyful mother to three. Homeschool teacher. Seamstress. Kitchen experimenter. Trying to figure out this thing of being a disciple of Christ.
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