Ree Drummond's Kids Rang in the Holidays with Quite the Christmas Onesies

Perri Ormont Blumberg
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Ree Drummond's Kids Rang in the Holidays with Quite the Christmas Onesies

Ree Drummond's Kids Rang in the Holidays with Quite the Christmas Onesies

See how the Drummond children celebrated Christmastime in style.

We may all be feeling sapped of the usual levels of holiday merriment this year in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but the Drummond family has seriously brightened our spirits with some oh-so-adorable photos.

The reason for the smiles gracing our lips? The Drummond kiddos—biological children Alex, Paige, Bryce, Todd, and foster son Jamar—all dressed up in holidays-themed onesie pajamas. The bright green PJs of choice feature candy canes, Christmas trees, wrapped presents, gingerbread men, snowflakes, ornaments, and Santa Claus, making them quite the eye-catching look.

"How we think we are...vs how we really are," Drummond captions a series of photos that begins with a sweet portrait of Drummond's family and two of their dogs in front of the Christmas tree. "I love you Alex, Paige, Bryce, Jamar, and Todd! (And Fred and Rusty.) You make Christmas lots of fun, you weirdos. Merry Christmas, everyone!!"

Drummond's oldest daughter, Alex, likewise took to Instagram to share some pictures of the crew sporting their holiday onesies. "I swear if we aren’t doing matching Christmas Eve jammies when we are in our 50s I will be UPSET," she wrote, clearly getting her love for this silly tradition across to her followers (and we hope her siblings).

Drummond's second oldest, Paige, also shared some more photos of the holiday festivities, with those spirited PJs making a cameo in her collection of snapshots, along with some of the food they whipped up, and some other pictures.

Meanwhile, we also learned that Paige pitched in with cooking duties, much to mama Drummond's delight, helping to make fried quail and gravy for their family's Christmas celebration.

What we would give to be a fly on the wall for all the yuletide fun—or a snowflake on their jammies. Happy holidays, everyone.