December 23, 2020
Days before Christmas Day, television personality Jenna Bush Hager released her family’s Christmas card on social media. The card featured her husband and all three of their children.
Last Thursday, Jenna Bush Hager released her family’s Christmas card for the year. She unveiled the beautiful holiday card during a segment of the “Today” show which she co-hosts.
The front of the card shows the “Today with Hoda & Jenna” co-host holding her toddler son Hal, 1. Her daughter Poppy, 5, was photographed while reading a book, and his sibling, daughter Mila, 7, posed delightfully.
The little girl stood right in front of her father and Bush Hager’s husband, Henry Hager. He stood and smiled broadly as he embraced their oldest child who stood on the couch her family sat on.
A stack of books also featured laying on the ground in the photo. Perhaps they appeared as a tribute to Bush Hager’s love for reading and books, and a nod to her popular “Today” book club.
The card featured a quote from a popular Christian hymn that happens to be Poppy's favorite. The front of the card started off with part of the well-known religious hymn, stating:
“All things bright and beautiful…”
The inside part of the card featured Bush Hager’s children laughing as they played together in the grass. It included the words “Happy Holidays” and the hymn concluded with the words:
"All creatures great and small, all things wise and wonderful, the Lord God made them all."
The back of the card featured photos of bows, bunnies, books, pies, and other knickknacks. It concluded the card by wishing Bush Hager’s followers a hopeful New Year for 2021.
Little Hal has grown a lot since last year’s Christmas portrait. At the time, he was four months old and the message on the card was a play on his name that read, "Happy Hal-i-days.”
Thanksgiving was celebrated by the whole family together this year. The co-host shared a photo to her Instagram account to mark the occasion with a gorgeous outdoor family photo.
For Hal’s birthday this year on August 2, 2020, the little boy got to celebrate with his grandparents.
In the caption of the post, Bush Hager confessed that the image was taken by her twin sister Barbara Bush. She also acknowledged that the holiday was different this year because of COVID-19.
For Hal’s birthday this year on August 2, 2020, the little boy got to celebrate with his grandparents. His birthday party photos, and one video, were shared by his mother on her Instagram page.
The toddler’s grandparents, former President George W. and Laura Bush came through to make the day extra special. The family gathered together to happily celebrate the incredible milestone.