Twitter Users Share their Christmas Pictures
Nothing connects us to the past quite like breaking out the old childhood Christmas pictures, as these Twitter users surely know!
This little girl who came dressed for the occasion
Happy Christmas darlings!! Here’s an awkward childhood Christmas pic to bring you some holiday cheer 🙈🎄✨ pic.twitter.com/dNM56XHZYH
— Sanna (@Mutrunen) December 24, 2014
This bow-loving sweetie
— Katie Hlebasko (@KHlebaskoWAND) December 23, 2015
Some nurse cosplay to celebrate the season!
— Adele White (@Adelewht37) October 23, 2016
When Grandma has skills…and Christmas spirit
Found this old pic of my childhood Christmas outfit (made by my dressmaker Grandmother, à la WHITE CHRISTMAS) pic.twitter.com/XzOjFUPw5E
— lisa malouf (@lisamalouf) December 17, 2016
M&M and acid wash jeans…the true meaning of Christmas
— Jillian Hiscock (@jhiscock) December 20, 2016
Terrified of Santa, but making it work
Merry Christmas🎄as a gift to you all here’s a childhood pic of me with Santa from the year that I was terrified of Santa. Thanks mum😂 pic.twitter.com/ryhkX6u6n5
— Lynds✨ (@LyndsayDicastri) December 25, 2016
Someone got a Blueberry Muffin doll, circa 1980-something
One of my happy childhood pics where I wasn’t cranky, cause it was Christmas and I got my favorite toy!!! ☺😂 pic.twitter.com/V10OZPzYj3
— 🐰I’m A TJP Girl🐰 (@Bunnies798Acorn) October 2, 2017
This head-banded child, who is not taking any of your crap
Just because we are close to Christmas 🎄 wanted to share this pic of me when I was at nursery! That was the time I use to get gifts 🎁 Now I don’t get anymore presents lol #childhood #christmas #kids #school #greece #athens #ukblogger #christmastree … https://t.co/RUc0cmuqoK pic.twitter.com/PPpTs6AOzM
— miss_namy (@Miss_namy90) December 4, 2017
Matching puffy paint sweaters and a faux-fur arm rest make the season merry and bright
— Mrs.Dillingham (@Mrs_Dillingham) December 4, 2017
This Shirley Temple lookalike keeping cozy in front of the cardboard fireplace
Living in a city row home we didn’t have a real fireplace so my dad bought a cardboard one for us to hang stockings.. this pic reminds me of my childhood and how my parents always tried to make us feel like we had it all even when we didn’t #realchristmas #Christmas pic.twitter.com/GDhGrXLdr8
— Annette T. (@AnnetteTTweets) December 18, 2017
What about your childhood Christmas pictures?
Now it’s your turn! Do you have Christmas pics from your childhood to share? Post them on Twitter with the hashtag #MyChristmasPast. If you want to check out some of mine, you can check them out right here.