Talk about the cutest way to celebrate the holidays! When the Durant Fire Department of Oklahoma department of 33 looked back on the year and saw that six of their brothers had newborn babies, it was time to show the public what this group was made of.
Instead of sending out the traditional Christmas card, they went for the 'Awe' factor and staged a photo shoot with their adorable newborns.
But that was the case with the Durant Fire Department of Oklahoma. The squad is small to begin with — just 33 people — and so they decided to take advantage of their unique situation for this year’s Christmas card.
Owen, Augustus, Mitchell, Ava, Nash and Brevyn were all born between February and June 2016, and all star in the crew's Christmas card this year.
“In a fire department there are so many things that make up the dynamic of an engine crew, certain shift, or even the department as a whole,” the DFD wrote to KABC. “Training, shift duties, trauma, medical calls, wrecks, rescues, structure fires and brush fires are some of the many things that fire departments are called to do and in many cases, tend to define who they are as a fire department.”
One of the station’s firefighters and paramedics, Richard Parker, decided to put his photography background to good use to shoot the session. The DFD says they’re already planning a follow-up to the session, albeit one with a little lag time: They want to do a senior photo at the station when the kids graduate high school. We cannot wait!
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