Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: Christmas Past, 1993

Today, they're twenty and eighteen years old...



12 comments:

Alicia said...

What adorable photos! :D

Katja of skimbaco.com said...

What memories... They are so cute!!

~Tyra~ said...

They are so cute! They grow up fast don't they?

~ Angi :) said...

Egads! Where does the time go?? :)

Jennifer said...

Those would make beautiful Christmas photos.

Anonymous said...

What cuties!! Thank you for reminding me to cherish mine right where they are and to enjoy each age. They do grow fast. I can't believe my little girl isn't a toddler anymore but 13.

Blessings,
Theresa
www.treasureinearthenvessels.typepad.com

Shelia said...

Oh, so cute. Christmas is just not the same without little ones around to make it brighter. Happy WW! :)

Carmi said...

When I see precious images like these, I can't help but think that I wish I had the power to slow down time.

Hope you have a wonderful WW. I've posted my contribution here and hope you drop by for a look around:

http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2007/12/wordless-wednesday-push-envelope.html

All the best...

Carmi

AGK said...

Always love a good walk down memory lane... :)

Jeff Keith said...

What great photos! They are very cute kids. Were they in a play?

Jenny-up the hill said...

I think it's wonderful that you captured these shots of your "babies"...I bet they bring back wonderful memories!

Jenny-up the hill
Up the Hill Gang

Heather said...

Thank you all for your comments and for stopping by!

In answer to your question, Jeff, that year we tried a new twist on the traditional Sunday school Christmas program. We got the kids all dressed up in costume, then took them to a local farm where they reenacted the Christmas story and were photographed each step of the way.

Later, the photos were made into a slide show and presented at church. It was really touching seeing all the little angels, shepards and wise men surrounded by real animals next to a real manger. Mary even rode on a real donkey. It was great!

Yep... good memories. ;o)