Saturday, April 21

Another Step Toward Independence



STEPS

61 comments:

  1. Jenn,

    I love taking photos, and still learning a lot about the world of digital pics. Any tips for a newbie for posting photos? Thanks! Ken

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  2. Great photos. Watching our kids grow up and learning to do things themselves is a treasure for any parent. Happy weekend.

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  3. Jenn, that's a great take on the theme. Wonderful pictures.

    Have a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. What a great photo. I love the interpretation of the theme. Moe likes to try and so her own buttons and such. Lately she yells "me do it" when I am putting her into her carseat.

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  5. Very clever take on today's theme!!! and lovely pics! happy hunt :)

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  6. Wow, most original set of pictures for the theme I have seen today, love it. I have three grandkids living with me right now and I see how they learn something new everyday. Things I used to do for them they now do on their own.

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  7. What a wonderful step for you and him! Is the independence exciting or a little heartbreaking?

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  8. Very original take on the theme and very cute photos! Love your budding little grownup there.

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  9. Oh - what a wonderful take on this week's theme :)...I am never that creative (okay once in a while)...

    They grow up so fast, don't they.

    Thank you for sharing...Have a wonderful weekend.

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  10. Getting those holes and buttons to match is a real project.

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  11. Great photo series - I love your take on the theme. I'm hoping to come back and check out your blog archives soon!

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  12. Parenting is great but sometimes I worry too much about their future..and constantly worry if they will be able to handle independence

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  13. I love your take on the theme!!! Adorable photos, he's a cutie!

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  14. Aww so cute..It is amazing how fast little ones learn.

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  15. Great use of the theme, very creative! I remember those moments, thank you for sharing.

    :-)

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  16. I love your take on the theme this week! Very original and oh so true, too!

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  17. Jenn --

    Wow, VERY original and cool indeed! How long did it take you to think of this particular take on the steps theme? :)

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  18. Those are lovely! Great take on the theme.

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  19. Aw, they grow so fast, don't they? Great job capturing the moment.

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  20. That is wonderful. So intense with concentration. Don't help Mum.
    jmb

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  21. Those are so stinkin cute!!!!


    Dont forget the blogging scavenger hunt over at Amys Random thoughts. Details and prizes were just announced and the more who participate, the more fun there will be..Hope to see you there!

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  22. What a wonderful interpretation! I'm always so literal ....

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  23. What a great idea for the theme. And such cute photos.

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  24. Very cute! Wonderful interpretation of the theme. :)

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  25. How incredibly thoughtful and clever to get pictures of this big step in his life!

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  26. Hi Jenn,
    I'm a new photo hunter from Singapore.

    hahaha... he's cute! And when he's done, he looks so cool.

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  27. That's so cute! Great take on this week's theme!

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  28. I miss when my kids were that small, and taking those first steps on the road to growing up! Super idea for the theme! Have a great weekend!

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  29. Awwww, what a sweetie pie and so coordinated ;).


    Lisa - Lil Duck Duck

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  30. I can do it ALL.... BY... MY... SELF!!!

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  31. Wonderful take on the theme and adorable pictures!

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  32. I actually remember learning that and learning how to tie my shoes. I was so proud and thought I was all grown up. I bet he feels the same way!

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  33. Your son is amazing. You must be proud of him!

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  34. Wonderful! I love that idea! Great shots :)

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  35. Very cute, lol ! Poor boy such a difficult work ! Nice interpretation of the word. At least I don't have to climb on steps here !

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  36. Oh look at that young man! Lol! It's so cute.

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  37. oooh I love this set, such a great moment to capture and well taken too.

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  38. How proud and straight he is standing in that last photo! Sigh. My daughter turns 21 this week... no longer a little one.

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  39. Wonderful take on today's theme! Learning most anything is a series of steps.

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  40. Jenn, first of all thank you for your comment you left at my blog.

    What a wonderful picture. I had thought of posting a similar picture of our little girl who's determined to do everything herself if she is able to (sometimes even if she's not able to! lol).

    ~Brandy

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  41. Hello Jenn. Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos. I love the way you interpreted this week's theme. It must make you feel very proud to see your son moving another step towards independence. Thanks for sharing and visiting my photo hunt.

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  42. Oh, Jenn, this was the best. I had nearly forgotten my now 29 year old trying to button, sigh, that was before digital cameras. Thanks for de-cloaking (my poetry).

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  43. Wow...you have a lot of comments already! You must be popular!

    I love your take on the theme....and as a mom of three teens...I can share he has a lot more steps to go!

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  44. I don't even remember when my boys learn to button there shirts.
    Nice picture.

    Thanks for stopping in at my blog.

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  45. Nice take on the theme. Cute pictures, too.

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  46. How precious! What a big boy - and very important step!

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  47. Aww! Hope more of those kinds of steps don't come too quickly! :)

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  48. Neat pics!

    I also love taking photos of my kids!

    Thanks for dropping by...

    Happy Sunday!

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  49. So sweet! :) Wonderful interpretation of the theme. Great set of photos. :)

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  50. This is a wonderful take on the subject. I loved the photos. Have a wonderful weekend, thank you for stopping by.

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  51. Wonderful idea for "steps"!!

    It is so precious when they are learning the little but basic things that are so necessary.

    take care!

    shelbydupree.blogspot.com

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  52. im very late but im find your pictures interesting. Have a great week ahead!

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  53. Oh, sooo adorable!

    Makes me miss my nephews.

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  54. Thanks for having visited my site on "steps," hoping The Big Room Reveal will be in September. After 14 years of adding on / remodeling... I am so ready for it to be done.

    I love life!!!

    Jannie

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