Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Away in a Manger

Thank you Lord, for sending us your Son.

To read a Christmas story about my nephew, the wiseman up there, that MIGHT make you cry (made me) click here.


He & Me + 3 said...

Those pictures were so cute and so crisp. Love them. What a sweet baby Jesus in the manger too. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Beth said...

Wonderful pictures! Love your blog and I will be back for more!
Have a great week! What great manger scenes!

Thanks for coming over to my blog!!! I follow a lot of the same blogs you do.


Auntie Cake said...

Annie was adorable as a donkey. I never saw your pics from that day before. So cute, I am glad you took some as Mackenzie took the memory card out of the camera before the show, so I will just have to enjoy your pictures. Please tell me that is Nolan and not Isaac in front of Annie. Love the live nativity. Wish we (by we, I guess I mean me) hadn't missed that one... Where are the pics of sweet Bo jingling those bells?

marie said...

So sweet! The children look adorable...all of them!
Your little manger with Jesus in it is very cute. It's a wonderful idea of soemthing to make with my grandbabies when they're a little older.

Obee Designs said...

Hi Libbie,
I just wanted to stop by and wish you and your family a blessed holiday season and a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!
I hope Santa puts some Wild Sweet Orange tea in your stocking this year!!
Hope to see you in 2010!

Marla said...

I love the little sheep picking it's nose. Too cute!! Merry Christmas!! ... on my way to read the story.

Karen said...

Aren't those children's Christmas programs the best! Daaarling!

Have a wonderful Christmas!

Karen said...

Libbie, just read about your nephew and loved her blog. Thank you, I will follow hers, too. That picture is priceless. :)

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Oh, I just came over from Kate's! I laughed, I cried and I thanked the Lord, what a sweet heart. Your little guys are so cute all "dressed" up. Love the cow costume! Have a wonderful Christmas, Libbie!
hugs and blessings,

Sage said...

Your pictures are fantastic; wish I would have been there. I miss not having children around Christmas; mine are all grown up.
Happy Holidays!