Kim Kardashian Unveils Family Christmas Card Piece By Adorable Piece

Shut down your Shutterfly account, ghost your mail carrier and save your stationery for next year, because theKardashianChristmas card is coming.

The reality TV family is famous for many things, of course, but our personal favorites are thegloriously extra holiday cardsthey release almost every year featuring their ever-expanding brood.

After taking a hard pass on 2016 (same, TBH), the KarJenners are getting into the spirit once again. This time around,Kim Kardashianis taking charge by releasing one piece of the photo at a time, like some advent calendar with gooey celebrity filling.

Photographer Eli Linnetz kicked the reveals off with an image of Saint West playing among a pile of wrapped presents. Adorable photos of Reign Disick and North West debuted in the following days.

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Kim herself made an appearance on the fourth day of KarJenner Christmas, posting a photo on Monday with her daughter. In the photo, the two are wearing matching white tank tops and acid-washed ripped jeans.

Apparently, the theme this year is ’90s Gap commercial realness, and we’re totally here for it.

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During an appearance on “The Late Late Show” in November, Kim revealed that this season the family is adopting a more casual approach to the tradition.

“This year’s Christmas card is shot really casually. We’re kind of doing jeans and T-shirts vibe. Really cute. All the kids are so hard to put together,” the beauty mogul said. “It’s women and children this year.”

Ugh, we miss the matching leather motorcycle jackets and that famous Kris Jenner staircase already.

Take a look at some of the best moments of Kardashian Christmas cards of years part below.

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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