Tori Spelling just can't stop gushing over her beautiful family!

Just two days after the mother of four took to her blog to share an adorable photo of her four children and give thanks for all her blessings during the holiday season, the erstwhile 90210 star uploaded a home video of her kids opening presents on Christmas.

"I can't believe Christmas is already over. We had such a fun day hanging at home unwrapping presents, eating homemade goodies and watching movies. So grateful for my family" the blond beauty wrote in the blog post, which she titled "Christmas Morning at the McDermotts." 

Tori Spelling Christmas

The clip shows two of the couple's children, 5-year-old Stella and 6-year-old Liam, unwrapping their gifts while still dressed in pajamas on Christmas morning. One-year-old Finn is also featured in the clip and is seen smiling and laughing with glee as his siblings squeal over their new toys while Tori films the special family moment. Spelling's husband, Dean McDermott, can also seemingly be heard in the background. 

"I took this little video of Liam and Stella unwrapping presents from Santa on Christmas morning," the proud parent continued on her blog. "Liam loved his gifts, Stella my mini baker was SO excited about her cake-pop maker! And, Finn thought everyone's excitement was hilarious! Hattie Cat was too obsessed with the new Barbie dream house set up in our foyer to join in on the gift ravaging. How did you spend Christmas Day? Love, T," she concluded.

The author's second blog post in which she gives thanks for her family comes in the wake of an explosive report claiming McDermott recently cheated on Spelling with a woman he met Toronto. Neither Tori nor Dean have commented on the cheating allegations.

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