Our family time continued with opening up presents. Canon made sure that everyone had a stack of gifts ready to open. I could not wait to see the look on his face as he opened up our gift. Two handmade gifts were placed inside of a Spiderman back pack.
Inside he found...
...a hand-painted Spiderman t-shirt and a matching wallet. I put a coupon inside the wallet that was worth $10 to spend while we were together. I enjoyed making these gifts for him. I will post about how I made these two items in the near future.
The two brothers, Quentin and Ben, each received a package of beef jerkey as one of their presents from Mom and Dad Johnson.
I am so thankful to have awesome in-laws! It's not because they spoil me with gifts--they pray for me and are concerned about things in my life all year round. This box of goodies from them included some fun socks, crafting items and a subscription to Good Housekeeping Magazine.
To end our evening, we indulged ourselves in these molten lava cakes. It is a tradition Q and I started when we were first married. If you want the recipe, you can go here, as I posted about it last year. They are scrumptious!
Here are Mom and Dad Johnson enjoying their little cakes. Q's dad is a huge sweet tooth, and he sure got his fix with this dessert.
Next post...fun and games during our time in Branson.