25 of the Funniest Family Christmas Photos
These festive families put the ha ha ha in the holidays.
Scared of Santa
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“My son, Miller and his wife, Annie, took their children, Vera and Duke, to see Santa around in Tampa, Florida. I think Santa feels the same way as Vera and Duke!” These are the best-ever Christmas songs, ranked.
Look what I found
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“At Grand Avenue Presbyterian Church, an eager almost-two-year-old stole the show during the Nativity portrayal. When the young shepherd, Landyn, saw his grandmother, who was dressed as Mary holding the baby Jesus doll, he ran straight to her. He put his arms out for the baby, which she gave to him, and then ran as fast as he could to show his granddad!” says Lander Bethel of Sherman, Texas. Take a look at these Christmas traditions around the world.
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“We started our stocking tradition in 1990. Every time a new family member was born, I would cross-stitch a Christmas stocking as a gift for the baby. At Christmas we enjoy hanging all of the socks together. This photo showcases nearly 30 years of stockings,” says Normalee Isern of Ellinwood, Kansas. This is why we hang stockings at Christmas.
Let’s go sledding
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Barbara Kaminska shared this picture of husband, Bill, herself, and their two daughters at their home on Christmas. She says, “Bill gave our family a new 8-foot toboggan, so everyone could fit on it. Unfortunately, Dec. 25 was as green as could be! We had to test out our new gift in the living room!” Follow these frugal tips to save money on Christmas shopping.
Milk and cookies
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“Our little Lee woke Christmas morning to find Santa’s treats eaten,” writes Jennifer Alberti Atwood of Dracut, Massachusetts. Those adorable Grinch pajamas say humbug, but that face says Santa is real! Discover the history behind your favorite Christmas traditions.
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“The horses don’t sing along, but the neighbors and small businesses love it when my friends and I come caroling,” says Sharyn McCormick of York Haven, Pennsylvania. Don’t miss these heartwarming stories of Christmas kindness.
Toddlers and trees
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“This is a picture of my son, Declan. He just started pulling himself up and loves to look at the tree,” says Allison Kaisner of Fairbury, Illinois. “We had to make a ‘fence’ with our dining room chairs, so he wouldn’t pull ornaments off. He likes to get as close as he can to the twinkling lights.” Take a peek at these 12 old-fashioned Christmas towns you need to visit.
Put a bow on it
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“After my granddaughter Brianna opened her gift, she stuck the wrapping on her head. This is my favorite Christmas photo of all time. It reminds me that our greatest gifts are our children,” says Bonnie Taylor of Kirbyville, Texas. Learn the real reason why Christmas colors are red and green.
Trial and error
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“This is my daughter and her family,” says Debbie Stafford of Knoxville, Pennsylvania. “You can never snap a photo with young children where they’re all looking or making a nice smile. This is how our Christmas photos always turn out.” Check out what Christmas looked like 100 years ago.
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“I went with my three grandsons to visit Santa. All three boys had totally different reactions. Santa really is a great guy once you get to know him,” says Melissa Zweygardt of St. Francis, Kansas. Learn 25 things your mall Santa won’t tell you.