You know Dasher & Dancer & Prancer & Vixen. But do you know where these yuletide traditions originated?
Guess who's behind the floral print cloth? In the 19th century, the long exposure times of cameras meant that children had to stay perfectly still for a matter of minutes in order to have their image captured. As a result, many Victorian photographs contain hidden mothers trying to keep their squirmy little ones still enough... Continue Reading →