Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Blast From The Past - Daddy Time

Blast From the Past Blog Button - mom

You will find the rules for participating, and a cute photo of me, by clicking this link

Blast From The Past

I am a little late posting this but at least I did not forget altogether.

In honor of Father's Day this past weekend I have pictures of my dear husband and my lovely kids.

Family Love

February 1995
left to right around the circle:
Rachel, Nathan, Court, Jessica

March 1998
left to right:
Jessica holding Christopher, Court, and Rachel holding Nathan

The words on the wall are the list of things love is from I Corinthians 13:4-8
we put them up for Valentines Day

March 1998
same pose with Christopher without his pacifier in his mouth

So I hope you enjoyed that look back and I hope you will participate.
I used to use Mr. Linky for you all to link up you posts but he is having troubles with his site and I don't have a paid account, yet, though I want one.

So for now instead of Mr. Linky just leave a comment with your name and post's link.

If you do not want to do a post of your own you are still welcome to comment.

So come on and join the fun!
Don't you have embarrassing photos of yourself when you were young,
or embarrassing photos of the kids,
or cute ones!

Come on and share!

Have a blessed week!


Annette said...

Christopher looks like he sits as still as Meghan. :)

Tim Tinkel said...

Hi Debbie. I love your Blast from the Past carnival idea and love your BFTP posts. I don't have a post about my father (although I really should write one) but I do have one about some babysitters of mine from the past. It's more poignant than funny, and I don't have a picture but I hope you all will like it anyway. Here's the link: http://tink38570.angelfire.com/familiesagain/index.blog/1368450/the-importance-of-babysitters/

TOSHeidi said...

Mine is posted here.

Patti said...

Saw you at the WATF forum. Our homeschooled kids are similar ages.
I enjoyed the fun post. Thanks for sharing!


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