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{This Moment}

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angie said…
I love it! What a cutie. Happy weekend to you.
sylvia said…
LOL, they have their own style, haven't they? enjoy it and have a lovely weekend!
melbatoast68 said…
Oh my goodness! What a cutie!

Here's ours:
http://melbatoast68.blogspot.com/2012/01/this-moment_20.html
Shel said…
Love this! I have pictures very much like this one of each of my girls! :)

Our moment comes from the girls playing with their best friends with the puppet theater my parents made for them for Christmas! These four littles are just perfect together and their mama (my best friend) and I watched with wonder as they created this wonderful rhythm in their play. Whoever sat in the little rocking chair was up next to put on a show! I just wish I could find the right camera setting for this low lighting!
http://ouronesweetfamily.blogspot.com/2012/01/this-moment_20.html

Have a wonderful weekend!
Sofia's Ideas said…
Love it! My 3rd born, my daughter, has a similar style. It reminds of the character "Leslie" from Bridge to Terabithia. So cute!

Our moment is a bit different this week... http://sofiasideas.com/2012/01/20/this-moment-50/

I really hope you will take a "moment" to come by! :)
She is so absolutely adorable : ) What a great outfit. Happy Friday!
Laura Emily said…
she owns those glasses.
makes me wish I could pull off the same look!

my moment (and info on a giveaway!):
http://lauraemily.typepad.com/laura-emily/2012/01/-this-moment-.html
So cute! I have a photo of my daughter around the same age, and she was wearing her sunglasses in the dark to go out looking at Christmas lights. She looked like a rockstar in her carseat! :)

Here's my moment for this week: http://www.theparentvortex.com/wordpress/this-moment-7/

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