First stop, Christmas in Alabama. This was Benton's first time opening presents. He enjoyed the wrapping paper and the undivided attention.
Benton with Aunt Sunshine and his favorite wooden spoon
A cool new piano
Aunt Eun-hui teaching him how to play basketball
(What, I don't eat this?)
Christmas morning, the three of us celebrated in Atlanta. We opened a few presents at our apartment and then started a new tradition of our own.
The shiny paper had him confused.
(Please look closely at how Brack labeled this gift.)
That's my boy, reading those instructions.
There were new snacks in his stocking. Mmm, sugary puffs.
Christmas breakfast will be here from now on.
The Stanley Christmas in Fayetteville rounded out the festivities. More spoiling ensued.
Shoes?!? Are you kidding?
This better be good, Uncle Zach.
My own tools, just like Handy Manny. Except these don't speak Spanish.
This ride is more fun than the toys. Can we take Uncle Jesse home?
Then, we packed up everything we own and moved from our one-bedroom apartment downtown to a three-bedroom house 30 miles south of Atlanta. We're officially in the suburbs.
The Mollettas were our first official guests. Benton got to spend his first New Year's Eve with his girlfriend. They were both asleep by 8 (in separate bedrooms, of course).
Last picture of 2010. We both became moms this year.
Ready to party!
I'll blog more about our new location later. For now, just know that Benton finally has his own room and now sleeps in a crib for 12 hours straight. That's all we needed for Christmas.
The new place was a great way to end 2010. It was a pretty amazing year. Looking forward to seeing what the Lord has in store for us in 2011.