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Bless This Mess: Bloggers’ Homes on Christmas Morning!

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After weeks of preparing the house for guests, listening strictly to holiday radio, last-minute shopping, and making sure your Naughty and Nice lists were checked off, Christmas came — and quickly went. The stockings and presents previously arranged with care were mussed up, ripped open, and met with shouts of joy (a fairy princess outfit!) or groans (socks?! again?).

Out of the whole year, the holiday season might be the best spot on the calendar  to let loose and enjoy the chaos. Nothing feels quite as joyful as ripping back wrapping paper and praying that gift at the top of your list is there. Our Home Ec bloggers were on hand with cameras to snap their crazy — and crazy-happy — Christmas morning moments to share with you.

Check them out after the jump! — Jillian Capewell

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Bless This Mess: Bloggers' Homes on Christmas Morning!

Jacinda of Prudent Baby

"I think I see a kid. Let's not throw her out with the paper."
Read more of Jacinda's posts on the New Home Ec

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