A Mighty Wind

A Mighty Wind - Behind The Awkwardness

It was crazy windy and this was the only day to take our yearly Christmas pictures that fit our busy schedule. My husband is trying to hold our 1 year old as he’s wiggling around kicking his legs and knocking our middle child in the head causing him to scream. I am trying to keep calm while I’m holding him with a half smile on my face. While our oldest son is waiting patiently for our family photographer  to say, ‘Cheese!’ Needless to say, this picture did make it on the Christmas card and everyone loved it!

(submitted by Neomi)

In Behind The Awkwardness • November 23rd, 2015 • Add A Comment »

The Fight Before Christmas

The Fight Before Christmas - Christmas

“We were trying to create a winter wonderland scene and save money by shooting our own picture. We ended up with almost 90 photos that all looked like this, so we just went with it and this year I got actual requests to post this card.”

(submitted by Heather)

In Christmas • November 22nd, 2015 • 1 Comment »

The Gift

The Gift - Christmas

“Just found this gem. My second child pulled down my shirt at just the right moment for this photo, giving the elf photographer a little more than he bargained for!”

(submitted by Heather)

In Christmas • November 20th, 2015 • Add A Comment »

Timing Is Everything

Timing Is Everything - Christmas

“She gets her grace from her mama! She wanted to pose in front of the tree…on the slippery leather arm of the couch…I managed to get one shot!”

(submitted by Amy)

In Christmas • November 8th, 2015 • Add A Comment »

Christmas in Yugoslovia

Christmas in Yugoslovia - Christmas

“Christmas was scary in Yugoslavia.”

(via source)

In Christmas • October 2nd, 2015 • 1 Comment »

A Very Gynecologist Christmas

A Very Gynecologist Christmas - Christmas

“My mother is a gynecologist and also into Christmas crafts.”

(via source)

In Christmas • September 18th, 2015 • 3 Comments »

Taking The Plunge

Taking The Plunge - Behind The Awkwardness

“My brother is wearing my headband and we’re both eating Ring Pops. It looks like we’re dressed up for the Christmas Eve service. And Dad….? Dad passed away last Christmas, but his plunger will live on forever.”

(submitted by Sarah)

In Behind The Awkwardness • September 8th, 2015 • Add A Comment »
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