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love, People

Our daughter (although divorced, I prefer to say ‘our’ instead of ‘my’) turns 20 this month. That makes her no longer a teenager which, on itself, is something I have to digest…as I come to think about it.

I strongly, besides being overwhelmed with love, recall realizing moving a generation up when I held her for the very first time.

If you have read other posts of mine, you know I have a sweet spot for children, for many reasons. Not in the least they are a joy to take photographs of. When friends of mine asked to take pictures of her being heavily pregnant, I did not hesitate to propose to take pictures of their child when it is born as well.

The love and care for their new-born child was beautiful and touching. It took me back to the time our daughter was that small as well.

By the way, did you count the little toes and fingers of your child too when it was born?

 

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One adorable little baby

Two eyes looking at me with wonder

Three human beings connected with another for ever

Four frowns, sneezes and smiles

Five fingers on your little hand

 

You make your parents

feel so much more

than what they already were

before you decided to join them in life.

 

 

 

 

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