This is my first link up I've ever participated in.
Because, deep down, I know I'm a Blog Mom at heart!
I may have gotten a slow start on this thing, but look at me now...
I'm Instagramming, Hashtagging, Keeking, Taking names, Kicking asses, and now Linking Up!
Count me in, ladies!! (Ooops, and Chris!)
...cos I wanna do what all you cool kids are doing!
The pictures I'm about to share are honestly, in my opinion, not failures.
I think it's a must, actually, to have the baby crying on Santa's lap for at least one year.
(Beyond one year of these shenanigans is just overdramatic!)
- I kid, I kid....I think every year, up until age 13, you should have a picture of your kid screaming and
bawling on Santa's lap!And I also like to look at the Santa's face to see if the look of shear terror of dropping the screaming kid is in their eyes...
My son, Royce is now 15 months old.
So, his first Christmas he was completely oblivious to the fact that a big fat person in a stylish red velour suit with a beard was, in fact, not his mother.
"I knew I didn't smell booby milk!"
|"Da eff you say, Santa??"|
So, at 15 months, mommy's lost some weight,
So far we've encountered Santa twice this Christmas season.
The first time, we were at our local Walmart (aka, our mall) and we had to go back to the Site-to-Store area and "Santa" was just randomly sitting there, declaring we could get a free 5x7 of "him sittin' awn Santa's layup". (Wow! I didn't know Santa had such a thick southern accent!)
Since there were no other associates around (SHOCKER!!!) to conveniently take the picture, I said I'd just test out how Royce would do and snap some pictures on my phone.
|I can't say I blame Royce, I'd cry too for a less than mediocre Santa!|
The very next day was a Kid's Christmas party we were invited to.
At least he doesn't do the full on bawl!
He just pouts and and puffs and whines and reaches for momma!
Too cute! :)
We have one more meet-up with Santa yet this year and we're done...
3rd times a charm perhpas?!?!