6/19/2009

Friday Photo Flashback: Going to fast!!

Today is friday and with this day coming I´ll encourage you to go over to Alicia´s for more FPF

Today is my baby number 2 kindergarden graduation. Where did the time go? In this photo she was about 7 months old. Now, she is 5 and going to 1st grade.......

I still remember her like my little chunck baby.... so sweet



I love you Nicole, mommy and daddy are so proud of you. What a great blessing you are!

16 comments:

Tina ~ Blessings Friends. said...

So cute! I bet she still loves those crayons! Great pic!

Stuff could always be worse said...

How cute can you be...
Kim

Jill said...

So adorable!

Alicia, The Snowflake said...

Oh how precious! They do grow up too fast my friend!

Muthering Heights and Other Senseless Sensibility said...

That is SUCH a cute picutre! I love her little pigtails!

christy rose said...

Pilar,
She is adorable! Please stop by my site today, I have a lovely award for you!
Christy

Miss Charlene said...

Awww, so cute! Love those pigtails too! They grow up way too fast, and they only stay babies for a super short time. Not fair!!

Chris said...

so cute! thanks for sharing!

mimi said...

Oh, those pigtails...so cute. I bet she just wanted to eat those crayons!!

They do grow so fast!

Kathy C. said...

Oh, she is a precious little chunk of cuteness! :)
Blessings!

Denise said...

So very cute.

momstheword said...

She is adorable! I love the way you fixed her hair. I always think little girls look so cute with their hair fixed like that!

Dani Joy said...

Really too fast! I remember her like that. I only got to see her a couple of times as a baby but oooo is she a cutie and a smartie. ;)

Love you, Nicole! You are so dear to me.

Mich said...

Time flies.

She is adorable. Mine turns 13 in 4 months. OUCH!

Alicia said...

Aww...what a precious picture!! LOL..is she eating crayons? Heehee!

Have a blessed weekend, my friend, and thank you for sharing again!

Erin said...

Oh, I miss the baby days...love her hair! Eating crayons...a time-honored tradition!