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Author: TLN

11 Holiday Photo Fails

From scary Santa to bawling babies, we know you can relate to these photo fails

It’s that time of year again—holiday photo time. Whether you’ve made the annual trip to the mall to sit on Santa’s lap or decided to sport matching outfits for this year’s card, there’s no way to prepare for a meltdown. We know you have less-than-perfect photos, and we can’t wait to see them. Share your most hilarious holiday photo flops with The Lactation Network using #TLNHolidayFail—because, hey, it’s the giving season, and we believe in the gift of laughter. (Plus, we can all relate to a photo session gone wrong.) Scroll on for some of our favorite photo fails we’ve stumbled upon:


1. A Not So Merry Little Christmas

Kelly Clarkson’s daughter’s first time meeting Santa was a Feliz Navi Flop.

2. Bawling Baby

Nev Schulman’s daughter Cleo James has a not-so-silent night with Saint Nick.

3. Meh-rry Christmas

Chrissy Teigen’s daughter isn’t feeling Father Christmas.

4. Ho, Ho, Oh No

Jessie James Decker’s little ones’ are anything but excited for the big guy in red.

5. Meet and Greet Gone Wrong

Bet we can guess which of Snooki’s kiddos is making the nice list this year.

Sibling Fails

6. Picture Perfect

Moms, you know this fa-la-la-la fail all too well.

7. Joy to the …. Leaves

These boys weren’t feeling the holiday joy.

8. Not Having It

You know it’s bad when Santa’s not smiling.

Family Firsts

9. One Grumpy Reindeer

All this mom wanted was a sweet sibling shot.

10. When Becoming a Sibling Isn’t on Your List

All this soon-to-be big brother wanted for Christmas was to get the heck out of there.

11. Santa Baby

The best way to spread Christmas cheer? Screaming loud for all to hear.

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