It's the first time in two years there's been Christmas music at the Rossini's house. The first time since they lost their daughter, Carolyn Duff.
Duff was killed by a drunk driver two years ago. She left behind a husband, three kids and a pair of ceramic garden gnomes she made for her dad when she was 8 years old.
"And they were special to me, and actually she gave them to me as a Christmas present," Frank said.
They lived happily on the lawn until last month when they were stolen. Frank put out a sign asking for their return, but with no luck.
"I thought if they did turn back again, it would be a miracle," Frank said.
The Rossinis got their Christmas miracle a day early. Frank was reading the paper on Christmas Eve morning when he looked outside and couldn't believe his eyes -- the gnomes were there beside the sign.
He carefully returned them to their rightful places and wasted no time making a new sign. It reads: "Our faith in humanity is restored."
But Janet thinks someone else played a role, someone who's been watching over her family and wanted them to have Christmas again.
"When they showed up this year, I think it was like Carolyn saying, 'Look, get on with life, enjoy yourselves,' and I got out the Christmas music and put it on," Janet said.
The Rossinis say this Christmas is one they'll never forget.