Thursday, December 16, 2010

Groovy 80's

Happy Birthday
Originally uploaded by fuzzydragons

I've posted this pic before, but its the only pic I have where you can sort of see my 6th finger. There are pics of me in this lovely frilly yellow dress where you can really see the extra finger, but they remain lost at mom's place for the moment. As soon as I get a copy of them I will post them tho.

Me and my sister. I always had pudgy cheeks and she always had a big forehead :p

I have no idea when this was taken. I was under 5 judging by the shirt and the fact my parents were sitting by each other without trying to practice knife throwing :p

And even at a young age I was hiding from the camera :p

There is one thing I really do miss about not living in Canada. I don't have a lot of family photos, which is a good thing and a bad thing. Its great looking at photos and then having the memories they bring, but on the other hand there are a few photos of me in questionable outfits that I never want to see the light of day again :p

For more groovy photos head over to Cams blog :)


CurlyPops said...

Awww how cute were you?
Isn't it weird to see photos of your parents when they actually liked each other?

Michelle (artscapes) said...

You take after your Dad...Wow!
I love looking at old photos. I was visiting my mother when I saw a photo of my great grandfather that I don't remember seeing before. It was amazing to discover that I had his eyes.

Chrissy said...

I think it is normal to have childhood photos in questionale outfits. It is part of their charm ~ although you are quite brave,I haven't posted up too many of mine!! Wouldn't dare ;)

Sandy said...

great pics. Your parents were so young in that photo, cute and young. Loved seeing your little girl pics.

Jennifer Rose said...

cam, lol! very true

michelle, people tell me I take after dad all the time, somehow I don't see it tho :)

chrissy, you should post some. can always blur out the faces of people if you need to

thanks sandy :) I have another pic of them when they were even younger, before I was even born I think. Really strange to look at