Family History Photo Monday: Christmas 1974 at Grandma's House
Christmas morning at Grandma's house in 1974! And it's early, for Jennie and me anyway. Serious bed face in the next few pictures. I love these photos. My babies are the same age now that I am in these pictures. My pants are rolled in half (did they not double roll pant legs in the 1970s?). There are quite a few of these, but only because I couldn't choose.
Awwww. That's my Uncle Mark saying hello to me while Jennie tries to open something. What a sweet expression on Uncle Mark's face. No one can resist a one year-old baby.
What a great reaction on my Grandma's face! It looks like she opened a watch and that perhaps Jennie and I have not noticed Grandma until this moment. She was still wearing that bathrobe when I was in college.
I'm including this one because of the sweet dollies on the piano. They're from Grandma Furniss to me and Jennie. How lucky were we? I bet it was fun to buy stuff for two little granddaughters.
It's the dog! In the front room!! I look ridiculous. Couldn't those pants be hemmed, Mom? And moccasins? The good news is I'm walking and not scared of a dog. The better news is the look on Jennie's face. You can tell she's been around the block a few more times than I have. Dogs cannot be trusted.