Wednesday, December 23, 2009

WHEN SANTA VISITS GO WRONG, PART 3

Here we go with Part 3. Just can't get enough of these, right?

Jenna says:


This picture is from a couple of years ago of my daughter and son (ages 18 months and 4, respectively). Yeah, they were less than thrilled. As my sister so eloquently phrased it, "start saving up for therapy now!"
Jenna

Becky Cowell says:

This is a photo of my little girl taken last year. She was 11 months old.All was well until she looked around and saw who had hold of her, then the screaming started. I told the photographer to take the photo quickly, she paused and asked me if I was sure... Regards, Becky BeckyEtal.blogspot.com
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Diane Ruby says:
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My daughter sent this picture of my granddaughter, Ruby, and I can't stop laughing. Somehow, she just doesn't embody the spirit of Christmas!

Jennifer Worthen says:


I had recently adopted a lab/husky mix that I named Amy. She was attending training classes at Petsmart, where every year Santa comes and you can get a picture of your pet with Santa. Poor little Amy was very shy at this point, especially around men, and it was clear that she did not like this man in a red suit trying to hold her still for a picture. To top it off, she had a big red spot on the front of her face that she had scraped in the shelter before I adopted her. I look back at this photo and can very clearly see what my poor puppy's face is saying: "Get me out of here. Right. Now." I've never taken her for a Santa photo since!
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Just remember, you too have time to yank that photo out of your, um, photo album. Read that first post below for your chance to win that Woodland Delight fat quarter bundle.

7 comments:

  1. I wish i had some story to tell.... Every year my daughter wanted to govto macy's to see Santa... Last year as they sweep you through she realized there were 4 rooms with santas to make the line go faster, then whenshe gave her list he didn't bother to look at it but shoved it behind his back... My daughter being clever had written on the letter, " please sign here when you come on Christmas...."
    once we left I had to sneak back in there to get her letter so that it magically appeared signed on Christmas.... Later she said, I know that wasn't the real Santa... He didn't smell like Christmas, he smelled like sweat and body odor... She didn't ask to see him this year. But she has written another letter for him to sign... I'm guessing to double check the signatures to make sure it was real!!!

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  2. I wish i had some story to tell.... Every year my daughter wanted to govto macy's to see Santa... Last year as they sweep you through she realized there were 4 rooms with santas to make the line go faster, then whenshe gave her list he didn't bother to look at it but shoved it behind his back... My daughter being clever had written on the letter, " please sign here when you come on Christmas...."
    once we left I had to sneak back in there to get her letter so that it magically appeared signed on Christmas.... Later she said, I know that wasn't the real Santa... He didn't smell like Christmas, he smelled like sweat and body odor... She didn't ask to see him this year. But she has written another letter for him to sign... I'm guessing to double check the signatures to make sure it was real!!!

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  3. I think your daughter has been watching too much CSI! I'm going to post this w/o a picture so no one misses this great story!

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  4. I love all of these pictures. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing my little Amy with everyone!

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  5. I am LOVING this series of photos! I think it is so funny. Thank you for thinking to do this! There really is a range of Santas too- there are some pretty fake beards out there! I hope you have a really wonderful Christmas!

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  6. Merry Christmas Paula!!
    Blessing to you and your family :)

    Kay

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  7. I just loved all these pictures! I just realized that all the times I took my kids to see Santa, I never took any photos. And that's very odd for someone like me who was the camera queen! I do wish I had a picture of the time my middle daughter (who'd just turned 2) firmly expressed to me that sitting on Santa's lap was NOT going to happen. But before she realize it that's exactly where she ended up. She sat there completely frozen and nodded her head in mute terror to every thing Santa said to her. Once she hopped down she roared down the aisle and chubby cheeks quivering with indignation she shouted at me, "I told you NO to sitting on his yap!!"
    She just turned 23 and our relationship is still very much like that experience.

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