1.11.2009

How Did I Miss These?

So I forgot to post a few of my favorite Christmas photos from last year. Do you think it's too late to talk about Christmas? Don't be such a Scrooge.

Here are my kids in two of their finest moments last month:
Could she seriously be any cuter? She was such a great helper decorating that tree!



And probably the best picture I took the entire month of December: Henry *gracefully* putting the star on the tree.


I'm not sure which is better -- Henry's face or Henry squashing Scott's face. The moment was not quite as magically serene as I had imagined it to be.

8 comments:

Two Ladies and No Baby said...

Holy Hen, get a grip. I think he takes after his Uncle Cody. For the record, this pic. totally lives up to what I had built it up to be in my mind. Good work Cel.
Thanks for sharing.
-RMC

Jaeson and Traci Repscher said...

Seriously, I got such a good chuckle out of the pic of Hen and Scott. That is the best! Thanks for the pic-me-up on a boring Sunday night!

Two Ladies and No Baby said...

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! Oh man. I'm laughing out loud here. That picture of Hen and Scott is so incredible. Seriously. What a moment in time. Hen's face captures so many different emotions. You can tell at first that he was excited, and then when he realized he might be falling, he gets this look that's a cross between fear and confusion. So good. And then there's my little Ruby getting into the Christmas festivities. Nothing could make me prouder.
HOLLA!
-Kate

Wendy said...

Wheezing slash crying with laughter over this picture. Good timing.

Mandy said...

That picture cracks me up. Henry is the cutes little kid! I loved the Christmas recap.
So much for trying to hang out while you were here. Next time your around leave some time for your friends too.

Mandy said...

My favorite is that they are both wearing plaid shirts. Great idea for a photo op, you think of everything don't you??? Your kids are adorable and I can't wait to see what the new one looks like!!!!

harmony said...

I hear a traumatic experiences can help kids retain information about their childhood. Apparently, you heard too. Keep up the good work. I'm still trying to figure out why you didn't offer to lift Hen up there yourself. To each their own.

Spitzer Family said...

HAHAHAHA!!! I always look forward to reading a good Celia blog- for a good time, read a Celia blog!