Photo-A-Day #941 11/05/07

I simply cannot believe that her feet are nearly as long as my middle finger. That blows my mind. I was trying to get a shot like the one from this post. I will have to wait till Eva is totally asleep to attempt it. She is so tiny and squirmy. So squirmy. I need to get her right after she falls asleep or something. That shot is hard to do while trying to keep a squirming child from flopping all over the place and trying to gear up for a macro shot. And I just love it when she grabs hold of one of my fingers in her powerful little grip.

Photo-A-Day #941b 11/05/07

Mo from We’re In A Fight came by to visit with us. We couldn’t do dinner because she had a meeting to go to but she spent some time with Allison and I got to see her when I got home from work. Thanks so much for the awesome gifts Mo!

Only 1 more day and I head to Vegas. I have so much to get done before the trip. I better make a list.

I’ve gotten a few links to this blog today and many about my 2008 Photo-A-Day Calendar. Thanks Stephen for the write up and thanks è¿é for buying one.

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13 thoughts on “Photo-A-Day #941 11/05/07”

  1. cool picture…it blends in a little too well kinda 🙂 my girlfriends friends kid..basically her niece is growing up really fast too; still amazing to see before your eyes

  2. Yeah it does blend too well. I have to figure out how to take a photo like the one I saw and liked. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

  3. My 7 y/o son was sitting next to me when your page loaded. He just couldn’t get over how tiny her feet and hands are, nor will he believe me that his feet were once that small, either.

    It’s wonderful you’ve captured those things in pictures. They grow big so darn fast!

  4. what stunning photos. these are fantastic. but of course, you have huge hands. none of my babies was that tiny compared to my hands, and i know Eva is a full term baby. But the photos are fantastic.

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