Jose and Marielle Osuna enjoyed breakfast and photos with Santa with their children Mia, Alexa and Nicholas at the annual Steiner Ranch event. SARAH DOOLITTLE
By SARAH DOOLITTLE, Four Points News
Santa is making his way through Four Points, posing for photos and hearing many wishes.
The 2018 Breakfast with Santa, hosted Dec. 8 in the Towne Square Community Center in Steiner Ranch, was a festive event attended by 175 Steiner parents and children.
There were three seatings, which included a pancake breakfast from Cups & Cones and a holiday craft.
Kids of all ages were in attendance, from infants to elementary-aged children. Nicholas Boomgaart attended with his cousin Joaquin Jinkiri and said, “We had fun having breakfast with Santa!”
Desirre Ghebremicael works for the Steiner Ranch HOA and leads the events committee.
“We were so pleased to host another successful Breakfast with Santa this year,” said Ghebremicael. “It’s wonderful to see our community come out and celebrate the holidays together.”
She’s a star! Francesca Lagneaux spread some Christmas cheer — and green paint! — while making crafts at Breakfast with Santa.
Where would Santa be without his elves? From left, Violet Doolittle, Ty Flores and Walter Doolittle were Santa’s happy helpers for the day.
MKegan and Cami Bobb brought their infant son Kai Jermaine Porter-Bobb for his first photos with Santa.
Nicholas Boomgaart and his cousin Joaquin Jinkiri enjoyed the annual event. Said Nicholas, “We had fun having breakfast with Santa!”
Kristen and James Fitzpatrick brought their daughter Katherine for her second-ever picture with Santa. “Both years she cried,” said mom laughing.
All smiles for Christmas crafts! Jonathan, Francesca and Josephine Lagneaux (front to back) enjoyed making pine cone Christmas trees under the supervision of Ketti Proutm Steiner Ranch resident.
John Shabulsky with daughters, Delaney and Mackenzie, and wife, Erika, just moved to Steiner Ranch from Ohio.
“This is our first Texas Christmas!” said Erika.