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Monday, December 21, 2009

Old Photos | 21st Day of Christmas

How about some of my favorite Christmas photos from the 80's (and one 90):)

Christmas 1981:
the 4 oldest grandkids seeing santa together :) I am in the front, I did not like Santa. This would be just a few days before I turned 2.
Christmas 1982:
I am on the far right. Middle is my cousin Jennifer (and pretty sure this is the only time she was taller then me!) And then also my cousin Jeffrey (her brother). IMG_5456
I love how my cousin Jeffrey and I are holding hands ;)
Christmas 1984:
One of the Cabbage Patch dolls years :)
I however do not have a cabbage patch I have a rainbow bright. We also all got matching eskimo animals. Pretty sure I still have mine in Alex's room :)
Christmas 1985 :
Dont we all look cute! And YES I still have that skirt :) I am in the middle of my two girl cousins.
Christmas 1990:
All 7 of us grandkids on my moms side of the family. You know whats funny as I post this. This is the only version i have ever seen of this photo, BUT someone had to have a photo of us looking straight on, I mean we are all looking at someone, and I bet my mom is the one that took this photo on the side...hmmmmmIMG_5459
I hope you enjoyed some of my older photos :)


Cammie December 23, 2009 at 6:51 AM  

It's so much fun to look back at old holiday photos. Your boys are going to spend hours looking through all of their photos when they grow up. =>) Lucky kids. Have a wonderful Christmas.

Anonymous December 23, 2009 at 8:26 AM  

Thanks for the memories! I love all the pictures you chose....

Aunt Marcia

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