Friday, November 28, 2008

It's Not What you know

It is who, and if you want to put in your order you gotta go to the source. This is our first photo with Santa ever for Caleb. We convinced him that if he didn't let Santa know that he needed a pink donut maker and the cars where they fly through the sign board and a Ben10 book, how would Santa know and for once it worked. Poppy looks like she is 30 seconds away from tears, but I love it, even if they both are looking so grown up. Goodness how did December get to be just around the corner!

8 comments:

CurlyPops said...

Awww that is so cute! I didn't realise Santa was already doing photos...I must get out more.
I love the way you've gone with the red theme and the lovely handmade outfits.

potty mouth mama said...

Such a cute shot - I love little Caleb - his eyes are filled with such HOPE! Hope that he gets all those goodies.. Poppy, yes, she's not so sure.

Is this the ad shot for Bug and Pop?

CUTE to the max.

dearmolly said...

my kids saw santa jumping up and down outside a xmas shop in Burwood and haven't stopped talking about it! this is a lovely photo (could even be a xmas card!!) and of course the kids look so sweet in their b&p.

Mama de Saga said...

That is so cute! You are lucky to get them both up there on his lap. Mine took one look and there was no way. What a great photo memory.

Lauren said...

This is adorable! I love photo's with Santa....were skiping it this year after last years disaster. Lets just say Jack and Santa are not friends :-)

Amber said...

Oh they are so cute. I love the expressions on there little faces.
As for the silver sparkle on Caleb's chest that is amazing. There maybe a completely logical reason, but from here with no further information it looks like a armor or guard protecting him..anyway wow sorry got lost in that for a moment. I think you may have one special little man there.
Thanks for sharing your lovely little happy shot. I loved seeing it..xx

Hoppo Bumpo said...

What a great photo - they look very sweet (and very nicely dressed too, I should say!).

We haven't had our photos done yet. I always go to the same shopping centre, where there is a very wise Santa. His recommendation is that you don't let the children see him and "back them in" for the photo. Hilarious!

Libby said...

Wow good job, I don't think my little girl is brave enough and she's three and a half!