Monday, December 28, 2009

One Last Christmas Post



When my youngest was little, he could not WAIT for the Christmas decorations to come down from the attic. Seriously, he started asking in November how long it was until we could put everything out.


Every year it was his job to put out the nativity scene. He carefully placed each figurine and took his job very
seriously.

So seriously that he labeled the box we kept it in.

I still have that box.

I want to always have it.


He's 28 now.

I wouldn't trade this for the world.

9 comments:

Bacardi Mama said...

So sweet!

carolinagirl said...

that is seriously one of the sweetest things I have ever seen. i hope you never never ever have to lose that box.

Henley on the Horn said...

That is so sweet! I love it. My brother's name is JOrdan and he is 29. Those Jordans are some sweet stuff. Don't ever throw away that box!

The Things We Carried said...

This gave me tears in my eyes. Precious!

smcvicker said...

precious!

Just a little something from Judy said...

I would have kept it too...what a priceless treasure!

Jenny Lynn said...

so cute!

seriously :)

Lisa said...

That is what Christmas is all about!

I store a few breakable ornaments in a little box that my grandfather sent to my grandmother back before they even had children. (Nobody know where it came from or how I ended up with it.) He was in the military and stationed somewhere else and sent things home to her. Every year when I pull that box out of the storage bin, I have to just hold it for a minute. I love looking at his handwriting, the stamps he used and the way he carefully labeled it. Maybe next year I will wrap a ribbon around it and some how attach it to the top of the tree! :)

Connie said...

I love it! Wonderful memories!

Connie