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My super sister-in-law Auntie C from Moments Pass Slow just tagged my little nut behind. I actually think this may be my first tag since I started this blogging thing. I'm not sure if that is sad or amazing or what, but nonetheless. TAGGED. See also - what a cute photo for her very own tagged post.Thanks Auntie C.

The Deets:

Go to the 8th folder in which you store your photos
Select the 8th photo
Post it to your blog and tell the story behind it.
After following the above instructions, you are ‘supposed’ to tag 8 other bloggers.

The Photo:























The Story:

Caroline's Third Birthday. A hastily organized event when her brother was just two weeks old. Note the "One Cute Birthday Girl" shirt her mother purchased in the event that the new addition arrived on her actual birthday, a fluke not far from possible when her day is 2/4 and his due date was 1/24 and especially so when she was born a week late and I felt fairly certain he would follow suit. Did you follow all that? Was that information EVEN necessary? So here she is, our 3 year old celebrating her birthday and enjoying one of her gifts. It's a Fisher Price Digital Camera (Nana and Granda were the "gift givers") and it takes pretty darn good photos that we can download to her very own Picasa site. One of my life goals is to start a blog with her photos because no joke, she takes some really good photos. She sets them up beautifully, she tells her subjects "one more!" In this shot she is looking at the view screen at one of her first ever digital images. In this family of camera fanatics one of the least surprising professions she could choose would be photographer.

Tagged:

My amazing hopefully soon to be ex neighbor =) Ann of The Grady Chronicles

The outspoken mama extraordinaire Aimee of Momma's Junebugs

My suddenly famous friend since "I do" and amazing photographer Brenna of Suburban Snapshots

Childhood neighbor and reconnection in adulthood Beth of Ted Beth Kate and Teddy

The warm and welcoming six degrees of separation Amanda of The Littlest Lobans

Social Work Guru and partner in crime Marybeth of City Girl Meets Country Boy x 2

Another "friend" since "I Do" and the mom I turn to for advice Terri of Tales of a Part Time Everything

Six degrees of separation, ex Bostonian, living with the in-laws inspiration Emily of Great Expectations


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