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oliver connell | day eleven hundred & twenty-one
oliver connell | day eleven hundred & twenty-one

Wow – was Christmas day a lot of fun this year! We had Santa pay us a visit early Christmas morning and he spoiled us rotten. SPOILED. ROTTEN. We had a lot of fun opening all the gifts that were left under our tree. I then got to working on cooking…

oliver connell | day seven hundred & fifty-seven
oliver connell | day seven hundred & fifty-seven

Boxing day saw Grandma and Papa come for a visit to celebrate Christmas with us. They arrived in the early afternoon on Boxing Day, stayed for dinner and the night. Oliver loves…

oliver connell | day seven hundred & fifty-six
oliver connell | day seven hundred & fifty-six

Another Christmas morning was upon us and Oliver didn’t get up until later in the morning. Not sure if he just didn’t understand we were going to open presents or if…

oliver connell | day six hundred & eighty-one
oliver connell | day six hundred & eighty-one

We spent Thanksgiving day at Nana and Grand Dad’s for turkey dinner. Nana makes a mean turkey so this was a happy event for all of us! Auntie Alison, Uncle Arek and cousin Julia were…

oliver connell | day three hundred & ninety-one
oliver connell | day three hundred & ninety-one

Today is Oliver’s second Christmas. Santa has visited our house yet again and left some wonderful gifts for us all. Oliver’s favourite gift: a bag of Apple Crisps he got in his stocking. Clearly Santa knew what Oliver…

oliver connell | day three hundred & fifteen
oliver connell | day three hundred & fifteen

On day 315, Oliver had gotten ready for Thanksgiving dinner and was looking quite handsome in his Thanksgiving sweater. So, being the good and responsible parent that I am, I took some photos…

oliver connell | day twenty-six
oliver connell | day twenty-six

Three words: Oliver’s First Christmas! What a blast we had! We thought the easiest thing to do would be to host both the Connell and the Ruprecht families at our house for Christmas Day dinner.