Keeping it simple

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Every now and then I get the opportunity to purposefully take some shots of   “the kids” … just a minute ago he was born — now 3 years later and next time I blink he will be going off to college.   It’s that fast…

Claudia is a difficult name to say when you are a little kid — for some reason it has always come out as  ” Ta-dee-dah”  … so now they just call me De-Dah.

I know — its silly, but when someone takes the time to give you a nic name, somewhere deep down in your “I don’t feel loved” bones, you suddenly feel loved again.

Thanks so much for giving me the opportunity to spend time with you — I love you.

Claudia  (Dee-Dah)

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November 5, 2010 at 1:17 am | Family | 7 comments

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7 responses to “Keeping it simple”

  1. Pam says:

    Oh my word…look at those eyes. wow

  2. ldh says:

    Gorgeous child!!! I just imagine how much the word, Dee-Dah must warm your heart!  A perfect name!

  3. A Garden of Threads says:

    Hi Claudia, Beautiful portrait shots of your grandson. He is so cute. I made my mosaic in Photoshop Elements 7. Take care and have a wonderful week.

  4. Hi Claudia,  He is absolutely adorable!   There is nothing like being a grandma.  I have  five beautiful grandchildren myself.
    Hugs, Sherry

  5. Karen Cox says:

    Hi Claudia,
    What a beautiful little boy.  You are blessed to have a little one in your life.  You are so right in a blink of an eye they are out the door.
    Karen

  6. Claudia,
    What a beautiful boy! I know a little man that calls me LaLa because I use to sing to him when he was a baby as I rocked him to sleep.
    Your Friend,
    Deborah

  7. Scarlett says:

    One of the best stuff we had ever bought for the children’s bedrooms is a student
    style raised bed together with space for a desk/play area under it.
    The children really enjoy going to bed up high and I
    love the fact that we are taking advantage of the
    room.

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