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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Alphabitty Moments - the letter D

Welcome to Alphabitty Moments and week two of the $50 Mixbook.com give-a-way! There is still time to enter, but you'll have to go to this post to enter the link to your own post that includes a page from a mixbook book you've made.

Here is my page for the week....
I took these pictures the very first time Julia put on a tutu (my little sister's old one). She knew what to do without being told. She twirled. She pranced. She gazed in the mirror.

I posted about that night here.

She hasn't stopped dancing since that day. If there is music, (like today in the toy aisle at Walmart) she's grooving. I love that she feels confident enough to do her own thing - be her own person.


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8 comments:

  1. That is so precious!!!! Thank you for visiting my blog!!! My blog frog told me so!!! hehe

    My youngest (2) is like that; he will sing and dance, but my oldest (5) is very shy and won't even let us hear him sing ;).

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  2. Beautiful pictures! Little girls in tuts are one of my favs, so cute! It was good meeting you and your children the other day. Sam gave my daughter a hug goodbye when we left, it was pretty cute. :)

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  3. Adorable. It's amazing how automatic things like little girls and tutus dancing..and littl boys with trucks making the vroom noise is.

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  4. So funny that she picked right up on what to do - it's amazing! Her personality really shows here ... I bet she's quite bubbly!

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  5. Adorable, Did you make a page for Sam?

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  6. So cute! I love the belly shot!

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  7. Love the pictures! I could just eat up her little tummy :-)

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  8. She's adorable, and I love your layout!

    Hope the rain lets up for you!

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