25 December 2009

A Sacrilicous Nativity

So I participated in a little bloggy gift exchange organized by Josh, and one of the rules was that we needed to take a photo of our gifts after we received them. The fleecy throw was the perfect shade of Virgin Mary blue and inspired this, um, slightly syncretic nativity scene.

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Happy holidays too all of you this season!

15 comments:

Asplund said...

LOVE this photo! I want to print and frame it - and write "Come all ye faithful" above it!

Asplund said...

Or "The immaculate conception".

WillyG said...

Mel, you crack me up. I hope some day I may return the favor! Cheers, and happy Christmahannukwanza!

kmkat said...

Hilarious! The *babe* looks happy to help.

jeanne said...

It's just as I thought - Tuck will save the world!

Chris said...

And a happy generic winter festive gathering with food to you, too! :)

teejtc said...

I have a sneaky suspicion you fit into a long line of remarkably nontraditional "Mary"s and "Baby Jesus"s used around the world in children's Christmas plays ;-)

A wonderful day and season to you and yours!

Grace and Peace,
`tim

anne marie in philly said...

sweet! happy holidays from my house to yours!

Betsy said...

Geez, Mel...the mismatched flannel is a problem...
Glad you're keeping Tuck warm...and the blue blanket over your head will give him something other than his lungs to think about :>)...
Fabulous Holidays...

JelliDonut said...

What a crackup. Have a great new year!

Otter said...

I'm with Betsy, or were you being syncretic with the plaids as well?

Norma said...

ROFL.

Michelle M. said...

This is so cute.

MollyBeees said...

OH! Tuck is the cutest Baby Jesus ever! Gives new meaning to the 'What Child Is This?!?!!?' carol!

Julie said...

You are too funny!!!