Making memories one day at a time.......and then I write about it.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Before/After--Then/Now


Digging around the other day I found this snapshot of my baby girl. 


Sigh...... where does the time go?


Why is it time stands still when I am watching the clock but the second I look away........ time races forward and she goes from being a baby to the beginnings of a young lady?
I want my uterus back...........

14 comments:

  1. Kids grow up to fast! I wish they would slow down a little. Of course they want to hurry up and grow up (I did at that age).

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  2. You can have mine honey, I don't need it. It's a waste of a perfectly good uterus!

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  3. I was gonna offer up mine, but Jody beat me too it.

    Honestly, if I could be garaunteed to have a little doll with a head full of golden curls like your baby girl, I would have another too. She was so stinking adorable and still is!

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  4. Chastina, I just want a time machine so that I can bounce around. Visit them when they are babies so I can sit and hold them, bounce back to when they are teenagers so I can have a conversation with my best friends, and then back again to when they are babies when I want to smack them upside the head! :D

    Jody, It is a waste! Someday, all will be made right and you and Ron will have a gaggle of kids and being the most swell parents. I know you will be. If not this lifetime, the next.

    Nat, Honestly! If I could guarantee to have a big brown eyed imp like yours!! So she is so adorable!!

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  5. Please, don't get me wrong, I love my little brown-eyed imp and wouldn't trade her for anything on heaven or earth. I guess I was thinking along the lines of gender. Although if I were supposed to have another baby and it were to happen to turn out male, I would take what the good Lord gave me and love it just the same.

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  6. I'll volunteer mine- it's of no use to me...

    Your daughter is beautiful!

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  7. Nat, :D I aint gettin' ya wrong cuz I tried two more times after my blondie and got two little males that I wouldn't trade for the world....

    Natasha, Better keep it. Someday it will!!

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  8. Tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat....

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  9. She's beautiful . . . then and now.

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  10. Jenni, Which is why we need more chocolate and tissues in the world!

    Anaise, She is. Even when she tried walking out the door today for school in a skirt, tennis shoes, with one hot pink tall sock and the other, a red and white striped anklet.... Nothing a pair of cute boots didn't fix. :D

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  11. I know I commented on this, dang it. What did I do wrong?>>>>

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  12. The little girl is the one permanently embedded in my memory.

    Good news, I think the curls are a dominant gene and I'm certain that someday you will have some darling little granddaughters.

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  13. Kristen, Nothing! I've tried replying to comments on here lately that haven't been showing up. Blogger has some real issues I'm telling ya!

    Melissa, That is how your kids are! The last time I saw them. That is how I remember them.

    Thank goodness for certain dominant genes.

    Kathy, Sigh.......

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