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Tate's First Christmas

After our day full of car rides, baggage check-ins, security lines, flights and layovers, we finally made it to Utah!  Our families were so excited to get to know Tate and to spend the holidays with him. Having Tate with us brought a whole new dimension to the holidays.

Click through to see some of my favorite pictures from Tate’s very first Christmas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Santa’s Little Helper 1 of 10
    Santa's Little Helper
    I had so much fun taking pictures of Tate in this Santa hat for our Christmas cards.
  • Putting Lights on the Tree 2 of 10
    Putting Lights on the Tree
    Tate was enamored with the lights and spent most of his time trying to eat them!
  • Christmas Morning 3 of 10
    Christmas Morning
    Tate was the first one up on Christmas.
  • First Present 4 of 10
    First Present
    He was really interested his presents
  • Yum, Wrapping Paper 5 of 10
    Yum, Wrapping Paper
    And just as I thought, he was more interested in eating the wrapping paper than figuring out what he got.
  • Ring Toy 6 of 10
    Ring Toy
    He got lots of toys from his grandparents
  • Unwrapping a Present 7 of 10
    Unwrapping a Present
    Ripping and eating the wrapping paper was his favorite part.
  • Yummy bibs 8 of 10
    Yummy bibs
    He had a great time flapping his new bibs everywhere.
  • Momma and Tate 9 of 10
    Momma and Tate
    I am so happy that I am in a few of these pictures. When you are usually the one behind the camera, you're never in the picture!
  • Grandma and Grandpa with Tate 10 of 10
    Grandma and Grandpa with Tate
    We were so happy to see family at Christmas (and so was Tate)!

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