These Christmas Pictures We Were Forced To Take As Kids Is What You Call Holiday Spirit
When it comes to the holiday season in December, some people like to go Christmas caroling, ice-skating, or skiing and others like to take very cheesy holiday pictures. Here are just a few examples that prove how over-the-top these photoshoots can get…
Capturing the perfect holiday picture takes a lot of work, patience and of course, a big cheesy smile.
That giant bow is everything.
If there’s a Christmas tree around, chances are you’ll be forced to stand by it for a picture.
Say cheeeeeeese. ?
Whether you want to take the picture or not, all you can do is awkwardly stand there and smile for the camera.
And don’t forget to wear your best outfit.
If you have siblings, you run the risk of having to wear matching holiday outfits.
Matching pigtails too! Twins from head to toe.
But sometimes fluffy matching hair bows is enough.
It’s all about that plaid, red design.
If there’s one thing you can learn from these photoshoots, it’s that accessories are everything.
I hated being forced to hug my brother for a picture.
Whether it’s a Santa hat or a Christmas tree hat, it’s these little details that up your holiday swag.
BTW that hat is made by hand with green construction paper and polyester pom poms.
But the biggest accessory of all is Santa Claus. The mall version.
Every year you see all of the señoras lined up at the mall with their kids for this picture with Santa.
Even though these photoshoots can be over-the-top and exhausting…
Because, go big or go home.
…They make the most adorable Christmas cards (and slightly embarrassing memories). ?
Happy Holidays! ?
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