Tuesday, December 22, 2009

A Christmas miracle

The annual Christmas photo, the first shot was a keeper. This is a Christmas miracle, but then it was only 27 degrees out and I think they wanted to go back inside. Plus it was #2's 16th birthday. She spent the day at tennis camp and then we went out to eat and back home for presents and cake. A fun day all around.

#2, #1 and #3 who I am finally happy to report is taller than both his older sisters

12 comments:

Carrie P. said...

Your kids are so cute. Take as many of the photos as you can. The older they get the harder it is to get them all together.
Have a Very Merry Christmas.

Quilt Hollow said...

I'd love it if my guys would cooperate for a fun photo! The ages of 16 and 20 make it nearly impossible the brats! Hee!! Yes indeed it has been a wee chilly here in NC!!
Merry Christmas...someday we will meet I'm sure!!

Judy S. said...

You are so right, Lynn. Being taller than one's sisters is a real milestone, especially if you're #3. Our son would agree!
Have a lovely holiday. (And that photo is quite an achievement. Congrats!)

Stephanie said...

Snap those pics when you can! The older they get the harder it is to round them up. Have a holiday season filled with peace and joy.

Melanie said...

So sweet. I doubt my lad would cooperate if I tried to take a shot with him and big sister.

Have a wonderful Christmas Susan. Already I have had a magical night with snow and winning a prize.

Olivia and Me said...

Yes it is a 'keeper' Lynn. What a shot.. and a miracle indeed.

Happy birthday to your daughter there.

It's amazing that we rush for our children to grow up and then we want the child back once their 'grown'.

Huggers sweetie!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

What great kids. They look like good kids, too. I'm waiting for my son to be taller than his sisters, too.

Shakerwood Primitives said...

And they are all smiling! Quite an accomplishment at that age.

Linda said...

Beautiful photo, Happy birthday to the birthday girl. Hope your Christmas is everything you want it to be.

Amanda said...

What a lovely photograph. We haven't managed to get a photograph of both of our sons for a few years now - not that we don't get to see them together, more that we forget to take a photograph, or one of them's in too silly a mood. Happy Birthday to your Number Two - we need to make an extra fuss of our Christmas time babies.

Carrie P. said...

Just came back to tell you that I am listening to the Christmas music as I finish reading blogs today. Thanks.
Merry Christmas!

Grazia said...

Merry Christmas Lynn, to you and your wonderful family!
Grazia :)