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merry christmas from the milinovich family 2015

a milinovich family christmas, 2015

ho ho ho!  we were able to once again dance and sing and wonder our way through an awesome advent this year, making memories and embracing all the craziness of christmas.  we once again got to ride a holiday train, perform in a christmas play, have a silly string battle, cut down our own tree, make a gingerbread house, go caroling, decorate cookies, make snowflakes, build a christmas lego set, and much more.  oh, and this year we had a new family member (john coffey) to join in the celebration.  here is our newest video, and below you can see all the others if you'd like to see how we've changed (and stayed the same, too) in 8 years.  merry christmas!

the annual letters to Saint Nick and Jesus

Quinton's letter to Jesus Quinton's letter to Santa Jackson's letter to Santa (with detail below) Jackson's letter to Jesus Caedmon's letter to Jesus (with detail below) the outside of Caedmon's letter to Santa (above) and the inside (below)

counting down

 we've had an intensely busy december, complete with train rides, getting a tree, performing in a Christmas play, and much more, so i thought i would just share a couple pictures of what's been happening in our lives... we are getting pretty excited about Christmas around here!  the countdown is down to single digits!

steelers win last two, defeat colts and bengals to move to 8-5

i've been too busy to even have a chance to write, but two demonstrative wins in a row required me to get on here and leave some photos.  the steelers are getting healthier and starting to peak at just the right time.  if they can keep winning, they will make the playoffs and be a team that nobody wants to face.  this sunday the bengals hosted the steelers in the jungle, and they acted like it was some big gang fight (look up pacman jones' epic rant about the steelers), and then proceeded to act like a bunch of idiots, coming onto the steelers side of the field during warmups, playing dirty (i see you, burfict), and then being completely unable to back it up with their play.  it was not only embarrassing for the bengals and their fans, but it showed the sharp contrast between the two franchises.  as they seem to do every year, the bengals wilted under the pressure, while the steelers seemed to thrive with it.  let's hope that trend continues as we move toward january footb