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Thursday, September 9, 2010

September 1991

A stroller full of tomatoes and one sweet pumpkin!

30 comments:

  1. So cute! I love pumpkins..like that! ;D

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  2. Natalie ~ life was SO easy then! I had no idea! ha.

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  3. He looks completely content to be hanging out with the tomatoes

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  4. Melt. my. heart! What a precious photo and an even more precious memory for you!

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  5. Haha, lovely picture - happy days!

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  6. What a cute veggie basket. That pumpkin is one darling boy!

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  7. That certainly is one very sweet pumpkin! So cute!

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  8. Awww... that is so adorable. Hee. Bet he isn;t so thrilled to see that up here though is he? LOl. And he's still your pumpkin, right?

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  9. Mmm ~ oh, he doesn't care...he always says he was the best looking baby ever. ;) We really never called him pumpkin...just Taylorbug. ha.

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  10. haha. so cute...sad, tomatoes are going away for the season...at least the summer ones...cute pumpkin...

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  11. I thought babies came from the cabbage patch not the pumpkin patch!

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  12. Oh, and I call my kids pumpkin all the time! Maybe cause I'm an october baby? Hmm... I gues I to dropped in the pumpkin patch too!

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  13. What a great picture, this makes, Betsy.

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  14. Oh lovely, lovely photograph Betsy. The kind of picture that should be shared often and enjoyed by many.

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  15. so cute...it's amazing how they grow up so quickly, isn't it.
    xxoo

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  16. Simply adorable!!! Love this!!! Such big smiles you bring me today!!! ~Janine XO

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  17. And what a fine young man he has turned into. He done yah proud!
    :) The Bach

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  18. What a cute little pumpkin he was too!

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  19. oh this is perfect..great memory!!

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  20. That picture should be in a frame on display. Love the analogy Betsy.

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  21. I came across your blog, I believe thru Brians, I work in Special Education. I am a paraprofessional in a High School, this is the start of my 6th year. I read about your children having Autism. There is so many people in the world who have no idea what life with Autism is. I am not going to begin to say I know it either, but I do know what it is to work with children with Autism. I have been so blessed by these kids and other special needs as well. I have 10 kids in my class and 5 of those are autistic. I have never met an autistic child that was not unique in his own way. They are the most brilliant kids..It can be frustrating because there is so much that they want to say, but are not capable and I want to help them so much. I believe with all my heart , there will be a major breakthrough one of these days. My heart goes out to you and your journey with your men.

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  22. Cindy ~ thanks so much for your encouraging words here! It's great to meet you and I'll come visit your blog, too. I sure hope you're right about the major breakthrough. :)

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