My sister and me, Christmas, 1960s
Wishing everyone a blessed Christmas and new year!
I just love vintage (can I use that term?) Christmas photos like this. I had a doll a lot like that one on the right. She may even be the same one. She had a bump on the top on her back that you could press and it would make a sound, like a burp. I still have this doll, somewhere. Thanks for bringing back a wonderful Christmas memory.
A most blessed Christmas to you and yours!
Thank you … and to you and yours! Yes, you may call the photo vintage – that’s accurate! I have strong memories of certain dolls from my childhood, though it would be difficult to say why some are more memorable. The one I’m holding looks almost as big as I am. I wonder if the doll in the picture is the same doll you had … could be!
What an adorable photo! I hope you had a very Merry Christmas. And I hope you have a very Happy New Year too.
Thanks so much, Jana … I do hope that your Christmas has been lovely and that the new year will be joyful and blessed for you and your loved ones!
What a fun picture. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Happy New Year!
Thank you, Sheryl! I hope the same for you and wish you a wonderful 2013. Looking forward to hearing more from your grandmother in the coming year …
Cute photo! It looks like my sister and I in the same time period. Even the dolls and PJs look familiar. I think my sister had a doll just like the one on the right! Happy Blogging!
Thank you very much! I love that the photo evokes its era enough to be familiar to other people. Thanks so much for stopping by …
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