Monday, December 26, 2011

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas from the Lester family!

This year I decided to plan a frosty photo shoot for our Christmas cards with sweaters, scarves, hats and mittens. A couple of mugs of hot chocolate -- actually just whipped cream -- served as a great prop for the group photos. The photos at the end of the  shoot were really the cherry on top. Can you see the difference between sisters and brothers in these pictures? My sweet girls above.

And my boys. They love each other, too. To death, I am afraid.

Carson really wanted to put the whipped cream in Christian's face, and even though Christian agreed I initially said no. But then I reconsidered, repositioned them and snapped away as they laughed hysterically at Christian's whipped cream beard. These photos turned out to be my favorites from the afternoon!

Sweet Sisters.

Oh, Brothers!

The whipped cream in our hot chocolate: Christian, 10; Mary Ashley, 7; Emma, 5; and Carson, 12.

I hope your cup of blessings overflows this holiday season!

Merry Christmas,


Love Being A Nonny said...

I love this idea! Isn't it a blessing (most of the time) that each of them have a playmate??!!!

Lisa Fliehman said...

Merry Christmas Lester Family!! Your children's photos always bring a smile to my face, they are fun!!

Rach said...

Just adorable! Merry Christmas!

Sally@threeblondeboyz said...

Beautiful! When I see your lovely family of two girls & two boys, it takes me right back to when my four eldest children were little. (they're all in their 20's now) Now I am blessed with three more little boys to keep me busy. It looks like you had great fun, Sally xx

Heather L. said...

Merry Christmas! I have enjoyed the beauty of your blog this year and your love for Christ! Thank you!

The Sister Studio said...

Oh wow, your family is absolutely beautiful! You are truly blessed. :)

Anonymous said...

Precious children


Shane and Kristy Davis said...

How sweet! Love the pictures:)

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