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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Baby Kakes

That's what my Dad calls me.

It's Day 28...and I need to get something published before the strike of midnight.

I don't have a diabetes buzz happening at the moment.

I KNOW!  How did THAT happen?????

So, here ya go.

It'll have to do.

Keep in mind these pictures are antiques....




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10 comments:

  1. Wow! Is that your mom up there? She looks like you!!!

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  2. Aw, so precious! Loved these, and yes, your mom does look so much like you!

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  3. She does look like you...isn't that amazing! It was the first thing I thought. And, the comments seem to echo the same!

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  4. Me too!!!! I totally would've though that was you in the picture, not your Mom, except that her outfit put the time-frame in perspective. :) Loved these!

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  5. How sweet! : ) And is this your first kiss? : )
    Adorable, glad you've almost made it!! : ) Hugs!

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  6. SO CUTE!! 3 more days "Baby Kakes" :)

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  7. Just who are you smootching? Does your hubby know about this? Love vintage photos.

    Almost there, Baby Kakes . . . almost there (end of NaBloPoMo)

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  8. I LOVE your mom's outfit and hair! This is fantastic!! Love all the pictures :) SO cute!

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  9. I LOVE THESE PICS!!! I love that we are the same age and we have these wonderful pics to look back at ---- I love the outfits and hairdos. Thank you for sharing your family. Beautiful.

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