Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Ho Ho Ho, Merry Christmas!

Just a few pictures of the girls and the jolly, fat man in a red suit! This year we're walking a fine line with Emmaleigh and her belief system so i wanted to post our annual Santa picture. This could be the last pic i'll get of her actually wanting to sit next to him. Who knows, maybe she'll humor me in the future and still have one taken with her sister. Karlie, on the other hand didn't want to be there so much. She didn't cry while she was sitting on his lap, but she definately wanted to get out of his castle! I'm sure i had bruises on my collarbone the next day from her forehead bashing, lol but it was all worth it to capture this little memory!
Merry Christmas from The Reynolds!

1 comment:

Brooklyn said...

Two sweet little girls - love the Santa pictures! Merry Christmas to you and your Family!!!

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