On Christmas eve, we attended service at the Old South Church of Boston. A GORGEOUS church like the ones you would typically see in Europe with its exquisite architectural design and grande sky high arches.
The 1 hr service felt more like 20mins b/c it was so much fun. Girls were given wings to be angels and the night was filled w/ Christmas carols. The atmosphere was full of excitement (kids anxiously waiting for Xmas the next day) and warmth.
Zoey has several new facial expressions. Here’s one of them. Too cute.
Mommy and me in the Gordon (I think) room across from the main service room.
In her festive precious red dress.
This picture was taken from my phone w/o flash hence the bad quality. Just wanted to show that Z was such a cute angel that night (w/ her floppy wings)!
Here we are outside of the church. My husband used flash for this picture. Usually, I’m against using flash but I think it came out pretty well. Nice call, hunnie!
She didn’t want to stand in front of this door which is actually tiny but next to Z, looks huge.
We had to rush this picture b/c she was pulling on the petals!
Two massive wreaths adorned the two entrance doors.
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She’s so cute!!!!!
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loving the photos on this post! We also went to a carol service the night before Christmas eve, Molly loves the music in church and Christmas just wouldn’t be right without going to the service! Great post, Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year xx
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It is so important to bring the girls to church on Christmas Eve. Bless you and your family.
Little Ms Z is a Star, and was a Star of course that night. As always, she looked sooooo cute, and what a Pretty Dress she’s wearing. Beautiful Church! Some churches do have great plays about the Birth of CHRIST, making the night fun, short, entertaining, and interesting. Thanks for sharing. Mtetar
Gorgeous photos like always!
Beautiful pictures. I always love old churches and all the work they put into them.
zoey looks so cute!!!! she looks so adult in that 2nd image n her outfit is angelic!