By: Jennifer Murray

Christmas Past (Round 2)

tree09 One of the enjoyable things about Christmas is remembering past Christmas memories; Recalling family gatherings, church Christmas programs, a favorite gift, a precious memory with loved ones, Christmas ornaments from the past, and traditions that will not be forgotten.

I’m thankful that not only do I have beautiful memories in my mind of my Christmas’ B.Q. (Before Quads), but I have this blog to help me collect and retain the stories of Christmas with our family of 6.  It’s one of the main reasons I continue to blog, and hope that my boys will cherish the written memories and photographs of their childhood. 

To those of you who have joined us along the way, I thought I would post the links to some of our favorite family Christmas Past memories thus far.  I hope you enjoy looking back with us, and look forward to sharing more with us this Christmas!

It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like a 1st Christmas (December 2007)

Visons of Sugar Plums (December 2007)

Please Christmas Don’t Be Late! (December 2007)

4 Babies in a Bed on Christmas Morning (December 2007)

Top 5 Christmas Traditions to Be Shared (December 2007)

Christmas Card Rejects (December 2008)

A Long Winter’s Nap (December 2008)

Christmas Caroling Blog Style (December 2008)

The Gift That Keeps on Chuggin’ (December 2008)

Christmas AM (December 2008)

Wrapping Up Christmas (December 2008)

Hope you are enjoying the true spirit of this CHRISTmas season!

One Response to “Christmas Past (Round 2)”

  1. Erika
    December 13, 2009 at 8:05 am #

    Christmas is such a beautiful time of the year. Its so wonderful having memories of traditions. The boys when they are older will be able to appreciate these memories.

    While looking through the wonderful world of the internet I happened to stumble across a christmas poem which i think fits in with your family:

    Merry Christmas to you
    to you and the Murray crew.
    The times have past
    but the memories will last.
    Henry dancing with daddy.
    Clark stays up until dark.
    Brooks making turkey like the cooks.
    Isaac watching the choo choo track.
    And as for mom and dad.
    They didn't get mad.
    Let the little ones grow
    and the snow fall
    Merry Christmas to all

    I changed it a bit. Merry Christmas to Brad, Jen,Henry,Clark,Brooks and Isaac.

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