22 thoughts on “Merry Christmas from the Femina Girls!

  1. Seems like I don’t see many pregnant women (most are in church or at the fair)… and here there are at least two! What wonderful Christmas blessings!! And it’s good to put faces with all the wonderful posts! Thanks for sharing the nice photos!

  2. Oh, I love it! I was just thinking that I bet you all have some great Christmas pictures of all the kids, but this is just as nice!

    Merry Christmas!

    P.S. Is Bekah super fabulously tall or is it just the shot?

    P.P.S. Annnnnd, to stop the overlooking, I see down here that you have posted a picture with the cute kids in it…so disregard that first part. 🙂

  3. Thank you for the wisdom and fun that you’ve all passed on to us this year through your blog. Have a merry and bright Christmas!

  4. What a treat! Now I can put a face with each post. It’s really a beautiful shot. The one with everyone is priceless! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Thanks for posting these lovely photos – it’s great to be able to put faces to people who write in such a way that I often belly laugh, and who regularly encourage me to greater godliness. Merry (belated!) Christmas!

  6. Bean,
    Yes, Bekah is fabulously tall, but not as tall as her husband, even when she is wearing fabulously tall heels, which she was in the picture. Meanwhile, Rachel and Heather were wearing sensible shoes for pregnant ladies, and I, being the shortest, was wearing sensible shoes for grandmas. All that to say, Bekah is about 5 foot 8 or so.(And she is definitely fabulous!)

  7. Mrs. Wilson,

    Ooo! I am 5’8″ as well – I’m now inspired to wear some fabulously tall heels since I apparently have the potential of looking this tall. 🙂 And you are all fabulous, sensible shoes and all.

  8. This is completely off topic, but I was wondering if sometime y’all might get around to posting some more of your Christmas traditions -particularly in regards to stretching the celebration out to Epiphany. My husband are I are trying to celebrate longer and more fully, but it can be tough going when the surrounding culture (even so much of the surrounding church culture) is pulling down the lights by New Years.

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