Photo Tuesday

April 26, 2011 at 9:23 pm | Posted in Friends, Lollipop, Photo Tuesday | 25 Comments
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“I believe in pink. I believe happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day, and I believe in miracles.” β€” Audrey Hepburn

What do you believe in? What are your thoughts on pink? Do girls gravitate toward it, or do we push them?

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See more pink at Beth’s later this week.

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  1. Really great pic with the Easter basket in the green grass. Spring and kids.

    Our one of four girl is more of a purple fan, but she certainly isn’t immune to being pinkified. Some her choice, some ours.

  2. I wish my daughter wore less pink. I buy her very little pink but that doesn’t stop other people from buying it for us. I let her dress herself in the morning and she frequently comes out in a very pink outfit. I doubt all girls gravitate towards pink but mine sure does.

  3. I HATED pink when I was a kid. It just wasn’t me and my mother wasn’t bit on it either (she still isn’t). It wasn’t until I was in college that I started experimenting wearing pink and even then it was the palest shades. I’m still not a huge fan of pink, but I will enjoy it on occasions.

  4. Sweet-I love it!

  5. sigh. i love all the pink cuteness that comes with having girls. the pic with the flower hair clip is my favorite!

  6. I think it’s a little bit of both, just like anything we do with boys and girls, trucks and dolls, etc.

    I also think your photos are precious and that it’s SO cool that my daughter wore a flower EXACTLY like that in her hair this weekend too!πŸ˜€

  7. I love how sweet and girly it all is. Makes me smile…

  8. Fluffy baby hair, sigh, SO adorable!

  9. My girls tend to gravitate toward very bright colors (just like their mommmy); pink is represented in their wardrobe, but not overly so. It’s unavoidable when buying girls’ clothes. Pink is inevitable, but eventually, sometimes, they will outgrow it. Until, of course, they dye their hair bright pink.

    Did you know pink used to be the boy color? Red was considered more masculine, and baby boys got a “softer” red — pink. And then some marketers got hold of colors, and it all went to hell.πŸ˜‰

  10. LOVE the bow in the hair almost not long enough to keep it in! Great captures!

  11. Ah, the pink question. Some are born pink, some achieve pinkness and others have pinkness thrust upon them…
    My girls like pink. Lots of pink. I don’t. But that pale pink is growing on me.

  12. oh you just bought back memories for me – those little socks with ruffles – I remember wearing them as a kid and having my girls wear them!!!! love the creative angle of the 2nd photo also –
    great job

  13. Sweetest photos ever!!

  14. Such precious pics. My daughter loves pink. I think she will eventually grow out of it. I know I did.

  15. My favorite photos are those of body parts. Feet, hands, hair and partial bodies. You did an amazing job capturing these kids.

    I never loved pink until I had a daughter!

  16. Great quote! Love all the little details captured too.

  17. I think in the beginning we push it on them but after awhile most like it. Using my girls as an example. The eldest loves all things pink because I have always only bought pink stuff because she looks good in it but she seriously loves it as well. The younger two already have preferences that are not pink. The youngest likes purple and the middle girl could care less LOL.

    Your photos are super cuteπŸ™‚

  18. That second shot of yours is my favorite, but they’re all very good. I just love your perspective.

  19. Stacia,
    Love, love, love your pictures. They are so sweet.

    Umm – about that bunny cake… we kind of ate your piece. =/ It was banana cake, btw. Thanks for stopping by my blog! ~Sally

  20. aww I love your photos this week and I love the quote too!!

  21. Lovely photos. My daughter’s favorite color has always been orange, ever since she was quite a small baby when she would pick out all the orange blocks etc when playing. She went through a phase of saying her favorite color was pink, because all her friends love pink and it is definitely her second favorite color but orange remains number one. Orange and polka dots!

  22. Wow, your photos are absolutely gorgeous!

    I love girls in pink. Although when I was young I hated pink. For now, my daughter loves it and it looks beautiful on her. But if she changes her mind and decides to hate it I will be okay with that, too. She didn’t have a choice when she was a baby though. EVERYTHING, including her room was pink! πŸ™‚

  23. Oh how I adore that sweet baby hair & the flower. Precious!

  24. oh my goodness those are too cute, i love the one on the grass with the dress and tiny toes!

  25. Your daughter has the prettiest, frilliest outfits – it’s awesome that she’s embracing her girliness.

    I’m beginning to think that girls are hardwired to like pink, at least at one point of our lives, because even without any influence from us, my daughter’s favorite color is pink. In spite of us pushing orange. Sigh…


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