Happy New Year Everyone!

Grandma Kc wrote this on January 2nd, 2011 10 Replies

I was thinking that Amara had spent New Years eve with us every year but I guess I was wrong. I went back looking for pictures from January 1 of each year and couldn’t find one for when she was 3 and I can’t imagine that I wouldn’t have taken pictures. But it was fun to look back on each year and see how much she has changed but at the same time how much she is the same — just a bigger version.

Amara and her toys age 1

Amara and her toys age 1

Amara and her jump rope age 2

Amara and her jump rope age 2

Amara the Athlete age 4

Amara the Athlete age 4

Princess Amara at age 5

Princess Amara at age 5

Amara 2011 age 6

Amara and her friends age 6

Happy New Year Everyone!

This post has been linked to Say it Saturday at Family Home and Life.

10 thoughts on “Happy New Year Everyone!

  1. Sandy Siegel

    Awwww … the pictures are adorable. It’s amazing how much she’s changed .. but yet, she hasn’t! I’m so glad you all have so many wonderful memories! You missed your calling, big sister! You should have been a photographer and a writer! xoxo

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    1. Grandma Kc Post author

      Thank you baby sister! I do love to write, I always have. As for the photography — I just have a very good subject! xoxox

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  2. Susan Adcox

    What a great tradition! We’ve been having friends over on New Year’s Eve for several years, but honestly, I’d just as soon have the grandkids over for a sleepover!

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    1. Grandma Kc Post author

      It is so much fun! We even watched a the Ball drop in New York on Grandma’s computer — only it was from last year. She didn’t know.

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  3. Amara's Grampy

    Really nice to see these. I’ve said it again, and I’ll say it before, of all the digitals, photography is the greatest, because it preserves memories that would go dim and eventually fade entirely. Thanks grammy.

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