The Crazy Suburban Mom: The sparkly turquoise guitar that started the whole decluttering thing...

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

The sparkly turquoise guitar that started the whole decluttering thing...

 ...with attached kid.  

Although I admit he's almost not a kid.  In some circles not a kid at all.  Like he can,

I guess something's wrong with me because I still see this guy.


Every time I look at...


this guy...

I couldn't love that kid more and even though my house is filled to busting with guitars it doesn't matter.
Rock on.

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ScrappinMichele 3/30/10, 4:44 PM  

Awww...they grow up so dang fast. My baby is almost 14 and I still see a little boy too.

Maureen 3/30/10, 5:56 PM  

I second that....awwww! Our babies will always be just that...

Now back to the water in my basement AGAIN!

Lin 3/30/10, 9:51 PM  

My eyes work like that too! Do you think we will ever see them as adults?? I don't think so.

Melissa B. 3/30/10, 11:34 PM  

Awesome...Just keep on truckin'!

J Sedai 3/31/10, 6:13 AM  

I read a thing somewhere, that said something like we will always see people as we last saw them (or something), so parents will always see their children as children, we will always remember our friends from High School as they were IN High School, Sibling relationships remain the same even into adulthood and yada yada, you get the idea, I think this has to do with first impressions and stuff.
so cute as he was as a baby, he's dang cute now too!! LOLOL just thought I'd throw that out there! you musta done something right! and now I shall go sit in the naughty corner for being slightly off color!

The Crazy Suburban Mom 3/31/10, 8:30 AM  

Sigh, sigh...sigh...

My baybeeee...

okay now Im whining...

and I think he's cute too :)

I am Harriet 3/31/10, 9:42 AM  

I'm so glad that you are doing the challenge this month (well, April).

I've got a few words to say about my 21 year old- lol :) Enjoy it.

Have a great Wednesday!

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