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Friday, March 20, 2009
PhotoStory Friday
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Cheryl over at Twinfatuation (which I encourage you all to check out, she is GREAT) gave me the idea to share a photo that I love. She posted one of her husband and daughter and it made me think of the below photo and how much I love it. This is a part of Photo Story Friday which you can link to here

This was a time in our life where we were starting down a new path in life. Megan was the center of our universe and everything in my life centered around her diagnosis. I met all my friends at downsyn at this time and became a member of my local group. Joe was a rock, he never and still doesn't see the "Down Syndrome," he sees his wonderful perfect daughter and his smile and hers say it all. So thank you Cheryl for making me remember a poignant time in my life!


Michelle said...

ohmygosh I want to eat her cute little cheeks!!!

(well, not really eat them - but, you know... just kiss them a million times)

Michelle said...

Your post gave me the chills. That is such a sweet picture of you hubby and daughter. I'd frame it. :)

Lora Leigh said...

How cute! I love her chunky little arms!

Wayne said...

what a great photo it is so cute

thankyou for sharing

Wayne said...

Tell your son thankyou so much for his joke, It made me laugh. I look forward to reading your jokes on tuesday

take care!

Michelle said...

what a sweet picture! I love how her hand is gently resting on his face too.

♥ spoiled mommy ♥ said...

Awww-she is so precious!!
What a beautiful picture.

Mommy to those Special Ks said...

LOVE that pic! :) You have an award waiting for you on my blog!

aj said...

great picture of your sweeties Stephanie and a good reminder (now i'm going to be looking for some of these). i remember those patriotic bathing suit pictures of sweet Megan - gosh i'm old! btw, i've gottcha Wildcats going to the FFour - but UNC gets them there ;) and my Joe can't see the Ds either - we've got some great Joe's, don't we!?