strawberries and cream!
Day 2's kitsch is shopgoodwill.com's Weigh-in Santa (he sold for $30) - the thing we will be doing round the first of the year.
Or we could try shaking the weight off - Hippy Shakin Santa has the right idea!
What I am listening to ~ The Oak Ridge Boys Christmas Cookies.
This is a 24-day blog hop, you can link in anytime during that period, no rules - other than family friendly, no follows required, link up your posts that are:
Outfits - Ugly Christmas Sweaters most def welcome!
Just for kicks and giggles, I've linked in to the Baby Faces Blogfest
I thought this image fit right in with the two blog hops ~ (that is the 2 year old me ...)
Christmas and crying seem to go hand-in-hand. Or is it kids and crying? I can't recall ...
I'm sorry, but I did LOL when I saw that picture (which is AWESOME, by the way). With my kid now in college, whenever I see a kid doing that kinda thing in public I either roll my eyes or sniggle (snort + giggle), especially if they're bawling for no reason. You fall down and get hurt or something? OK, that's a legit reason to cry. Otherwise, shaddup. :-)ReplyDelete
Some Dark Romantic
Yeah, I was the mom from h**l, when my kids would cry I would clap my hand over their mouth on the exhale and remove it on the inhale. Shoulda just let them cry - I think they are traumatized for life now.Delete
I have two little kids, and it seems like kids and crying go hand in hand. Major holidays like Christmas may bring it about more due to changes in routine and being around large groups of people. The picture is awesome though!ReplyDelete
Yup, babies crying and Christmas go hand in hand. I texted my kids and told them that there was an old fashioned Santa at the Star Mill. My youngest son texted back, "If only our kids weren't afraid of Santa". Oh, so many memories of crying kids on poor old Santas lap. Thanks for the invite. Hope you will come join in on 'Creating Christmas'.ReplyDelete
Love your blog concept here. Makes me laugh. My first job was at a thrift store. Worked there for almost 3 years, so I can't imagine having to sift through that stuff for fun, lol. Go you!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the compliment. I'd suffer burnout if I had to WORK at a thrift shop.Delete
LOL. I had to giggle at your baby picture :) Poor little baby. Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Love the Christmas pictures. I didn't recognize the strawberries until you pointed it out.ReplyDelete
And the baby picture---Awwww! Poor baby.
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Ummmm those strawberries look delicious. I may have to try that...ReplyDelete
Poor kid. You looked pretty heartbroken.
Thanks for stopping by! Cheers!!
Great idea for a party! I'll definitely be taking part!ReplyDelete
Awe the picture makes me sad. Poor sweetheart.ReplyDelete
Santa on the scale is awesome!
Cheer up! It's Christmas!ReplyDelete
Aww, poor little upset baby!ReplyDelete
Oh dear. You didn't want the spotlight, that's for sure.ReplyDelete
Aw, sad baby! I don't know why, but crying baby pics are still cute.ReplyDelete
Shannon at The Warrior Muse
Oh...You poor little girl! Just look at those big old tears and that sad face. You were clearly not happy and very much against being up on the stage. I don't blame you, Tami!ReplyDelete
I love your features. Those little strawberry Santas are the cutest! What an adorable lineup of sportin Santas!
Thanks for hosting and I will head up to join in with all your other friends.