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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Wordless Wednesdays #12- A Horse Named Dada!


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13 comments:

Vixen said...

Dada seems to be a very common name for horses in the 1-4 age bracket.

Happy Wednesday and belated Thanksgiving blessings.

Aubrey said...

LOL
Daddies make the BEST horses! Oh! She's a doll!

The Blonde Duck said...

I used to do that when I was little! :)

Wolf said...

i loved to ride my daddy horse when I was little! I wonder if that is why I fell in love with horses and have them now?

Your daughter is so adorable!

siteseer said...

Brendy really loves her Dada lol. I love the daddy daughter relationships. Girls get their dad's wrapped around their little finger so easily.

lovingdanger said...

I love that she's pantless!

Jocelyn said...

Those are such precious moments with daddy. :)

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Mrs. S said...

what a sweet picture! love them

thanks for stopping by yesterday! I appreciate all the kind comments. And no markers on the walls (yet) but he has marked himself up once.

Mrs. S said...

Well, the back story is basically my husband got fired out of the blue in July bc he was looking for another job. So he's been working 2 part-time jobs since then. It's been hard financially, and disheartening because we just didn't know where God was leading us.

And we're moving to Richmond, VA, so not quite NH

Wolf said...

haha, a lot of animals. kinda like a zoo around here...

don't worry, we wouldn't ever name our kids stinky...or bolt. that would probably traumatize them! :)

Texan Mama @ Who Put Me In Charge said...

Hi! I'm so sorry to hear about what's going on with your husband's health. I know what you mean - when Texan Papa was suffering from Lyme Disease in August & September, I thought I would DIE taking care of the kids every day, day in and day out, while he slept and took hot baths. But, you're right - I tried to remember that he didn't want to be sick or not help, but he just couldn't do it. And I know if the situation had been reversed he would have done the same for me.

Your baby is so precious and looks like she's having a lot of fun getting a ride on her horsey!

Mama Dawg said...

Dada's make the best horses, don't they?

Shawie said...

quality time:) kids will remember for the rest of their lives...
your daughter is such a doll:) hope you have a great week!

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