Family Photo: The Hart-Wilkerson’s Charity Cuddle

12/01/2010 at 11:00 AM ET
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Melissa Joan Hart, husband Mark Wilkerson and their boys — Mason, 4½, and Braydon, 2½ — pose for photos at 77kids by american eagle in Danbury, Conn. on Nov. 18.

The family decorated holiday snowflakes to support the company’s WISH4SNOW program, which invites customers to make a 77-cent donation to benefit eight children’s hospitals across the country.

Customers can visit the site to make their own virtual snowflakes and be entered into a daily sweepstakes for a $77 gift card, along with the grand prize of a winter block party.

If the goal of creating 100,000 snowflakes online is reached, American Eagle will donate $25,000 to split evenly among the hospitals.

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Holiday on

They have the most gorgeous boys! All they need now is a daughter and the family would look even more complete!

Allie-Rose on

Those Wilkerson boys will break hearts when they grow up! They’re gorgeous!

Beautee on

What a beautiful family, those boys are gorgeous.

Tee on

What a sweet family photo! Holiday, I would also love to see them have a daughter one day! Their little boys are so precious and I’ll bet they would have an absolutely beautiful daughter!

Jill on

That really is annoying…..why do they need a daughter to “look” even more complete. As someone who can’t have children, I hate being judged when people see us……and people do. A family is complete to their own standards.

simi on

Jill I am truly sorry that you are unable to have children but I get your point each family is perfect in its own right. My family has my husband, myself, our daughter, my best friends who I call sister, her husband and their little boy that was adopted from Ethiopia, and my other best friend again more of a sister who has the other side of our duplex with a door cut in the middle to join our houses and her autistic son who is the same age as my daughter. When we first took all three kids to the daycare, mind you the kids call each other brother and sister people looked us like we were insane. But you know what it’s their loss for not being able to see the beauty that are our children. A blond and green eyed girl, a beautiful dark skinned blue eyed autistic boy, and the most beautiful shade of chocolate you have ever see as someone’s skin tone and black eyes that are paired up with a smile that will knock you off your feet, who have three mothers two fathers and more grandparents than anyone knows what to do with come holiday time, to us is family. I am sorry that people around you have not been accepting of your family structure what ever that may be, everyone deserves acceptance, I truly hope that this holiday season you get that.

Kate on

What a beautiful family!

Bancie1031 on

Holiday and Tee – I would love to see them have a daughter as well!

Gorgeous family photo! I have to agree that Mason and Braydon are SO cute! They will definitely be heart-breakers! The more I see of this family the more I’m loving them 🙂

Jamie on

What a beautiful family. I love them so much1 Those boys are absolutely gorgeous!

Jill on

Thank you for your kind words. Reading what you wrote brought tears to my eyes….in a good way. I really appreaciate it. Sometimes it is very hard to read things on here because I feel people are very insensitive. I try not to take things personally, but hay, we al have our soft spots. You sound like an amazing person. I am lucky to have a “sister” and a million cousins and “cousins.”