Photo Tuesday

March 22, 2011 at 9:09 pm | Posted in Bun, Giggles, Lollipop, Photo Tuesday | 26 Comments
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“How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you were?” โ€” Satchel Paige

What are the symbols of your childhood? Of your child’s? And how would you answer Paige’s question?

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See more youth at Beth’s later this week.

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  1. LOVE the books shelf one. That makes me want to photograph all my little ones board books. And the ducky butt with the feet is adorable. Great job!

  2. Beautiful captures! Love the duck/hiney shot.

  3. Those little hands and the dandelion … oh, lady. I get them every day and yet each little weed remains a special tribute to childhood. Let them always find the beauty in weeds!

  4. Awww…the picture of the little feet and the hand are adorable! I am a sucker for those little details.

  5. Love the dandelion shot!๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Love the dandelion by the sweet little hand. Precious. The others are all sweet too๐Ÿ˜‰.

  7. Those little piggies are three shades of sweet.๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Love the photos!

  9. I love the picture of the bookshelf reminds me so much of being little!

  10. Love the pictures. How sweet!

  11. I would be 25 except on the days when I feel 55 (lack of sleep, etc., etc.). Symbols of my childhood include carousels, butterscotch candies, and Dr. Suess books!

  12. Little feet and hands are so youthful๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Oh, the little butt with duckies on it made my uterus hurt a little.

  14. These pictures are precious! As for my age, I never feel as old as I am, but I don’t want to be younger either. I like the wisdom part of aging. Not so much all the other things๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Stacia,
    On a good day I’m 4 years old and I believe in goodness and beauty and peace and that everything will be okay.
    On a bad day I’m 13, and I’m insecure and pouty and full of desire for what’s not mine.

  16. Look at that cute little baby bottom!

  17. LOVE those baby piggies. And all the books. These are all lovely and make me want to be “young” again…๐Ÿ™‚

  18. adorable baby butt!!! ;p

  19. These are beyond perfect. Dandelions ARE youth, but I never thought about it before!

  20. What tender captures. I especially love the dandelion shot. What a perfect capture.

    Alita

  21. Looking at these pics gave me comfort. I love how you captured innocence.

  22. Oh those little feet! And that dandelion picture just took my breath away…beautiful.

    I think I vacillate between some adult age and an age of around 11 or so. For example, Tuesday afternoon I spent many hours on the phone trying to deal with mortgage and insurance people (adult), that night I finished re-reading (again) The Secret Garden.

  23. I think I’d be 34. I sorta feel 34. Although I’m 38. Does that make sense??? In my life, it seems like the time when I really found myself…and I was sorta still young but felt grown up. A nice middle ground!

  24. I’m 36 now, but man, it does not feel like 20 years ago since I was 16. I don’t feel old, but I’ve never felt super young either. I think as an oldest child, I’ve always felt old in the sense of responsible and a bit buttoned up/boring. Who knows?

    Symbols of my childhood? You captured it in the last photo. I was a bookworm!

  25. So cute – especially the baby butt with the little feet. Aaaw.

  26. Love the pictures and the quote/question. I wish we had more photos like this growing up (but of course, that was pre-blogging and all of that). Every time I see an old Fisher Price toy (like the pull along telephone with eyes), I think of my childhood. In regards to the question, I think I feel 34. Whole different thinking when I look in the mirror!


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