This was our 5th Christmas in Uganda. Last year we were waiting for our third child to make her grand entrance, this year she is about to turn 1 year old!
We came down to the city for some rest and a break from work, and to celebrate Christmas with our teammates who are working near the northern boarder.
Before we were in the city, we spent a few nights in Jinja.
|We spent a few days at the pool letting the kids swim.|
|She's got some freckles.|
|These two can play for hours, then they also can also sleep for hours!|
|This is the face you make when you eat buttermilk pie with homemade whipped cream.|
|The Rosser family!|
|We had a sick day for the littlest. But she was back to normal by the next morning.|
|When she is sick, it is the only time she will cuddle/sleep with us. She is on the move too much any other time.|
|I am finding it hard to believe that she will be 1 year in just a few days.|
|Silas went on a virtual ride and LOVED it.|
|One nice thing about being in the city for the holidays is the food! We do not eat like this in the village!|
|The kids were enjoying the new food as well.|
|Due to a lack of planning, and thinking we would be stateside around Christmas time, I didn't do much for gifts this year. The kids did get stockings though.|
|Corrie's favorite gift was her very own toothbrush.|
|My little artist with his new paint brushes.|
|Aggie Darling with her little cheese burger. She couldn't believe her eyes!|
|Corrie with her toothbrush.|
|Checking out the goodies.|
|Corrie needed (and I do mean, NEEDED) to see what her daddy was doing at the table. So she climbed right up next to him. (Colin was cutting up tender loin steaks for Christmas lunch.)|
|A happy boy eating his Christmas pie!|