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Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

Sticking to my commitment to post pics of the kids for the Weekly Photo Challenge, here is my idea of near and far. 

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Hey Dee!! Wait for me!

I love Tweedle Ian’s short little legs and his arms reaching high as he chases Tweedle Dee up the beach.

He is near.

She is far.

7 years later, they remain such opposites in every way.

He’s wild and loud and she’s quiet and reserved.

She is the dreamer.

He is the doer.

She is the unexpected witty remark.

He is the punch line you totally see coming.

How can two little bodies have such different spirits

yet both be so very much like me?

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15 responses

  1. Cute shot o the little ones. 😉

  2. I love this picture. LOVE IT. Arms out in the air like that … dude totally priceless moment, the kind you want to bottle and save. Great shot. Great. It strikes something in me … emotion. 🙂

    1. Thank you! If you met him you would realize this picture captures him totally….Mr. Enthusiasm.

  3. Wonderful shot!! Well done.

    1. Thank you and thanks for visiting!

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  5. I love the name Tweedle Ian as much as the photo! Great work 🙂

    1. Thanks! His big sis was nicknamed Dee early on and it would just be wrong to call them Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum!

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  7. sounds like a couple of amazing kids 🙂

    1. Thank you! They are pretty spectacular! 🙂

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