Saturday, December 28, 2013

Christmas Cachophony

On Christmas morning, my brother Doug, his wife Fran, 
and I trekked up to Noblesville to enjoy Christmas with Fran's nephew.
Once my nephews arrived with their families the place was full of chatter 
and laughter of children, all age six years and under.
In the top photo, grandnephew Knox plays with one of his cousin Luke's
many toy cars, while behind him the ever-growing stack of gifts
awaits distribution after dinner.

Here, Nicholas, my sister-in-law's nephew, plays 
with his son Luke, who loves his toy cars -- all of them,
while Fran helps her granddaughter Kinley put paint 
on her hand to create a Christmas decoration.
The result was a silver Christmas tree ball with
a child's hand print resembling a snowflake.
  As a token of a child's growth, it was actually 
kind of pretty and sweet, 

1 comment:

William Kendall said...

Terrific shots, particularly that first one. It's a fine portrait!