I think the important thing to remember is that we all had fun. We can't all be winners (or in Team Awesome's case, apparently we can never be winners), but we can
Blogland, I present to you my family, our creations, and also why I don't think we will ever get a decent group picture:
Team Hug It Out, Bitch's creation - something about an earring-wearing mullet-man who was vomiting candy...with an innocent bystander on the side. Yeah, there's no sugar plum fairies in this household!
After the judging, I tried to get some more pictures. I told Jeff and Sam to scootch closer and put their heads together for the shot:
Then I get this...didn't notice the special effects with the red jelly bean blood in his hand until I uploaded the pictures. This, ladies and gentlemen of blogland, is my almost 24-year-old-soon-to-be-college-graduate-son. The future of America!
On the other hand, Team Awesome was, well, awesome:
Max said to pose with our pinkies out. I did, then asked "why?" He said because we were classy, which cracked me up so much I had tears in my eyes:
To say that we are enjoying having the kids home from college is an understatement. This is what the holiday is all about for us - time spent together as a family. Merry Christmas to you and yours - have a wonderful weekend!