25 of the Funniest Family Christmas Photos
These festive families put the ha ha ha in the holidays.
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Rebekah Murch of Redland, California, shared this photo of her grandmother trying to pose with the grandkids and kittens. Awww. Can you find all the Christmas items in this Christmas brain teaser?
Down the chimney
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“Karoline and Karson Kettles make sure the chimney is all clear for Santa’s arrival,” says Wanda Thompson Scarsboro of Swainsboro, Georgia. These Christmas miracles will restore your hope for the holidays.
Tie the tree to the roof
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“Our youngest son wanted to help bring his tree to the house, so this was the easiest way to accomplish that. His brother helped push him when he needed it,” says Trisha Goettle of Avon, Montana.
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“This was Greyson’s first Christmas—and what a way to get to know Santa than becoming one of his elves!” says Chandra Petty of Owasso, Oklahoma. These real letters to Santa will warm your heart this holiday season.
Baby makes six
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“Every year since my oldest nephew was born, my mother-in-law has used a photo of her grandchildren for her Christmas card photo. Do you realize how hard it is to photograph six children ranging from 5 months to 14 years of age? As I scrolled through my camera, I came across this perfectly imperfect shot. Much to our surprise and enjoyment, this photo actually made it to the Christmas card this year,” says Mitzi Bumbarner of Taylorsville, North Carolina.
Just like daddy
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“This year my 19-month-old son Michael got a toy chainsaw just like Daddy’s from his Aunt Ellie. All the other toys were abandoned and ignored as he contemplated how to cut down the Christmas tree just like he had seen Daddy do a few weeks before,” says Tawny Nelson of North Plains, Oregon.
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“This is one of my all time favorite photos of our grandson Cash sharing a candy cane with his pony Chunky Monkey. The bond between a child and a pony is amazing,” says Jana Wilson.
Is that beard real?
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For me, this photo symbolizes the magic of Christmas as seen from a child’s eyes,” says Michelle Jacobs. “This was my son’s first time ever sitting on Santa’s lap alone. He was so captivated and went right for his beard.” This is how much money mall Santas actually make.
Wrapping the gift
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“After leaving my wrapping paper within their reach, I returned to this scene. This is my grandson Levi, age 4, wrapping up his 1-year-old sister, Taylor,” says Marianne Fosnow. This map shows the most popular Christmas gift in every state.