Thoughts from a domestic engineer
Wow, she's a dead ringer.
That is fantastic. Aren't you totally pleased? I know I would be.
Beautiful. Doesn't that make you proud? (The good kind of proud, of course.)
Cuuuuuute!! I was an adorable child, and my son quite resembled my baby pics at one point. And then puberty hit (me) and so many things went wrong. I digress. My Nub has grown into a very near clone of his father. I HAD SOMETHING TO DO WITH IT I PROMISE! But as far as puberty goes this may be a good thing now that I think about it.
She is so cute! You guys could have been twins!
whoa!The two of you are simply gorgeous!
Love it! Laughing at Kalli's comment. There are pics of me and my dad when we're both about 12, before puberty hit, and we are totally twins. Those curls are absolutely adorable.:)
That kind of ruins the fun. .. now you already know what she'll look like at 8, 12, and 18! You didn't even need Phil for that one!
Thank you all for the compliments. She is a darling girl, and we love her a lot. I'm glad I can lay claim to the looks of at least one of my children.Michelle: She wouldn't have her beautiful brown eyes without Phil. ;-)
Can you post another picture of the Young Chang?? JK She;s darling. Now I have to envy your piano, AND your daughter...
Dainon, don't envy the piano too much. It's still at my parents' house because I have no room for it yet at my house. (sigh)
I'm really liking your dress.
So I was blog-hopping and came across yours - we both follow Mrs. Organic - and I have to admit, the title of your blog made me curious (I have four boys and was raised with 5 brothers, no sisters, so you've gotta understand). I read almost your entire first page, and I have to say I was touched, amused, and inspired. Thank you for that. I look forward to your next posts...:~D
Very good genes, and apparently very strong too.
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