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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Princess Tomboy

To know our Bear is to love her; she is a complex little lady.  First thing she does when she comes home from school is run upstairs to change clothes, accessorize, and then come back down to get busy.  Sigh...Out little tomboy/princess.




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13 comments:

  1. Brilliant! We need more Princess Tomboys in the world!

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  2. Tomboys have soooo much fun though. I love it!

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  3. Adorable! I love how engrossed she is.

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  4. following you from mid week mingle! i'm hoping you'll follow me back as well!

    best,
    april

    www.marineparents.blogspot.com

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  5. Happy Wordless Wednesday!
    What a cute post. I love how she is right under the chair working away. She would get along great with our little guy. He is always fixing something.
    I hope you are having a fabulous day and thanks for linking up this week, feel free to join us anytime!

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  6. she is just lovely. You have such happy children!

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  7. Busy little bee, isn't she????? Cute pictures!!! The first thing my kids wanted when getting home from school was a SNACK..... ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  8. Gotta love a Tom Boy who ALSO knows how to be girlie...

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  9. She is looking very creative and thoughtful in this pic!

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  10. How CUTE!! I love seeing girls that love to DO stuff, rather than just be princesses all the time. :-)

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  11. Looks like she would make a good mechanic.

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  12. love it - I have two younger brothers but mother always used to say that she might as well have had three boys as I was such a tomboy.. lol Judith (Precious Moments)

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  13. great pics, Lana! She's def a keeper & a cutie to boot! :)

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