Thank you to everyone who shared a photo of their child for the Original Christmas Classics Photo Contest.
And now, the 5 randomly-selected winners of a a copy of The Original Christmas Classics Limited Keepsake Edition DVD set containing stop motion and cartoon Christmas classics that have become a holiday tradition for every child since the 1960s….
The Winners (the names below are those of the parents submitting the photos):
Jill from North Royalton, Ohio -- Taken in The Christmas Story house (it's now a museum).
Jene from Milford, Ohio
Timothy from Marietta, Pennsylvania. Let me get this straight. Santa gets five cookies, while his eight reindeer have to share a carrot and a pre-gnawed broccoli stem?
Micah from McKinleyville, California. Photos with family members are as important as solo portraits.
Grenda from Santa Monica, California. Do they have inflatable snowmen in snow-friendly states? How about fake icicle house lights?
And now, all the other wonderful submissions…
T M from Wellington, Kansas
Sarra from Decatur, Georgia
Nikki from Arlington, Texas
Jody from Hillsboro, Oregon
Melissa from Surprise, Arizona
Alexis from Berlin, Connecticut
Shannon from Seattle, Washington
Amy from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She's such a good puppeteer.
Heather from Canavoy PEI, Canada
Brandi from Arnold, Missouri. Love the drool drip.
Jenny from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Another future unemployed philosopher.
Robyn from Lake Lure, North Carolina
Sandy from Olympia, Washington
Krystle from Yakima, Washington
Traci from Bowie, Maryland
Jackie from Hamilton, New Jersey. Slipping Santa a little bribe.
Adela from Perrysburg, Ohio
Reba from Baltimore, Maryland
Linda from Zeeland, Michigan. It's the Bumble!
Courtney from Annandale, Virginia
Shannon from Campbell, California
Kristin from Bloomington, Indiana
Kelli from Sunnyvale, California
Amy from Fairfax, Virginia. Santa's official taste tester, to avoid attempts on his life, you know.
Mary from Colorado Springs, Colorado. And a cardinal in a fake tree...
Anjii from Abbotsford, British Columbia -- They're getting a jump start on their gift returns.
Blair from Cary, Illinois. Santa wears a hat because he's bald too.