One last photo of my daughter and her kids and step-kids, one that at least makes clear which of the kids is a boy--the one at far right.
Nobody got all of the kids sorted out, although several put two siblings together. It's no wonder, though. The two youngest girls look so much alike that I used to do a real double-take, knowing they couldn't both be Michaela, and most people meeting the family think they're all blood kin.
Here are the answers: In this photo, the girl at far left and the girl and boy at far right are siblings, my son-in-law's kids. The girl my daughter has her arm around and the one playing with the dog are her own daughters.
So, looking at the original photo,
We have, starting at far left, my daughter December's older girl, with her stepsister's arm draped around her shoulder. In blue, in front of them, my son-in-law Jeff's younger girl, and then his son in stripes. At the right is December's younger daughter.
Hard to believe, huh?