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Christmas

Navel Gazing

“This was my cousin’s family Christmas card. Nothing says Christmas like belly button lint.”

(submitted by Cass)

Holiday Medley

“For our annual Christmas card one year, my dad decided it would be a good idea to showcase ALL of the holidays.  Sancho the dog is Arbor Day.”

(submitted by Jessica)

They See Me Rollin’

“A couple of years ago my daughter had surgery on both of her legs over Christmas break. Tired of being cooped up in the house she decided last minute she wanted to go to a Christmas party with her church youth group. We scrambled for ideas for the costume competition and settled on her being a ballerina from The Nutcracker (her sister went as a nutcracker). This was taken midway through the party when I’m pretty sure she was exhausted and maybe the pain meds started wearing off.  Either way, her friends decided to make her a bit more festive and this is the end result.”

(submitted by Stacey)

The Daily Heart Attack

“In our Christmas cards, I try to capture the essence of raising two boys. Here’s 2016.”

(via source)

Krampus

“This year a local costume shop was offering Krampus photos if you bring your own camera. Not much advertising, so no line when we arrived, just a guy in a suit and this lovely setup. My son is 5 and decided he wasn’t into taking a photo — no surprise — so he just look bummed out the whole time. Works for me.”

(via source)

 

Getting Rid of the Evidence

“This is a photo of my brother’s family.  We were trying to get a nice Christmas card photo, and my brother was getting rid of his beer so it wouldn’t be in the picture. He wasn’t fast enough.”

(submitted by Ashley)

Nintendo Power

“As an adult, I will go to great lengths to recreate a feeling as good as this.”

(via source)

High Tide

“My friend’s family Christmas picture. If you’re going to be standing in water, wouldn’t you bring shorts?”

(submitted by S.)

Christmas Blues

“This is me with Santa in 1975. I can’t tell who is more unhappy, me or him.”

(submitted by Jennifer)

A Case Of Holiday Nerves

“My 4 year old son Jack had been asking to meet Santa. However, when we got to the mall he confessed he was nervous. When it was our turn he really didn’t want to at all, if you can’t tell.”

(submitted by Katherine)