“Mom, is that me with grand-père Max?”
“Do you remember that day?”
“Do you remember grand-père Max looking like that?
“So who do you think is on that picture with grand-père Max?”
…. Thinking …. Thinking …. Looking at the picture some more …. Thinking ….
“Yes, I was 19, just 2 years older than you now.”
“You look just like me”
“No baby, you look just like me!”
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This is precious! It’s so funny when they think it’s the other way around. LOL!
I know 😊
This is so precious!!
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. 🙂
She’s all mine 💜
So it appears! 😃
What an amazing post!! It must be quite a joy to see her grow up into exactly who you were some years ago! And it must definitely be gratifying… I can imagine you grining when she asked you those questions 😀
Thank you! I love seeing her getting older and love how she continues to learn and work hard regardless of her challenges. She’s such a great person.
She definitely is an inspiration! Some day she will read all that you have documented about her here and she will be ever so grateful to you for the incredible efforts you put in for her! Lots of love and hugs to all of you…
My younger brother (10 years difference) asked me one day, while we were at our great-grandparents house “Kate, when did you get married?” I’ve never been married. “Well, there is a picture of you in a wedding dress in here”. No, that would be our mom 🙂
Funny how we don’t realize when we are young that our parents were young before us 🙂
how fantastic! what a wonderful revelation!
That’s pretty neat 🙂
So sweet. Thanks for sharing.