Typical Christmas (??) from My Youth

Will children today have such wonderful memories?

From a time when it was OK to have your elves portrayed by persons under 4 foot tall.
Worth viewing for the backgrounds, accessories, etc.
Did anyone’s brothers ever dress like Eddie Munster?
Check out the size of those Christmas stockings!
Happy Holidays to all my blogland friends!

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8 Responses to Typical Christmas (??) from My Youth

  1. Chris P-M says:

    Just stopping over from the blog hop. Hilarious!!! They DO look like Eddie Munster πŸ™‚ And the family is so cordial to eachother. Realistic? I don’t think so!

  2. Gina Alfani says:

    Happy Wednesday!

    Thanks for linking up to my WW linky!!

    I love everything nostalgic . . . miss those days of innocence and the joy of simple things.

    You would probably like my pop culture/babyboomer blog . . . http://babyboomerflashback.blogspot.com
    Would love for you to share some of your memories πŸ™‚

    Merry Christmas to you and your family . . . Gina

  3. Mimi says:

    Definitely not typical! LOL Kids today will not have the same Christmas’ we did when we were young. Life and culture certainly changes! Thanks for stopping by Woven by Words and linking up!

  4. Hilarious and soo true. My son’s teacher announced at their Christmas program that they are sticking with the Christmas theme and not being PC. Everyone laughed.

  5. kara-noel says:

    Love it!!
    I think today’s equivelent is “Santa Clause the movie” 1-3… LOL!

  6. Baby Guroo says:

    Thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas!

  7. Lynda says:

    Isn’t Christmas magical? πŸ™‚ I really hope you get to check into the art journaling every day…it seems like it would be a lot of fun. Thanks for regularly reading my blog, it is highly appreciated πŸ™‚

  8. ana says:

    ahh… i’m constantly getting caught up in the nostalgia of the past. i bet those stockings were handknit, too!

    just dropping by to wish you a very happy new year!

    ~ana

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