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My Little Ponies

Rose is very, very happy that Woodjie and I found these ponies at our local thrift store.  They each have different names, personalities, and hairdos.  :)


  1. oh my gosh! Look how grown up Rosie is now! so cute!

  2. I'm with Deb, it looks like she's losing her baby face and looking more like a child than a baby.... next stop... tween.

  3. Noooo! Not allowed to get too big...

  4. My goodness! She is getting big! What a great smile.

  5. Neat toys ... and nice picture. :)

  6. Awww...she does look older! She looks like a 7 year old, not the little baby girl. :/

    Glad she loves her new treasures!

  7. Those little ponies are very sweet! I remember my younger daughter had a pink one with a long flowing mane and tail. I don't remember what happened to it, she's 35 now.

  8. Oh. my. goodness! What a big girl she is!! What a precious little face. :o)

  9. She is adorable Chick... I can't believe how cute she is... she's a precious one is our 'Rose' And I love how you've done her hair too, it suits her.

    Re my little rant: it's AMANDA who is causing all the heartache and she has been for MONTHS now.

    Lacy and I are getting on just fine, she's got this HUGE chance to turn her life around and I am quite certain she knows if she stuffs up again we will take the Baby from her in the blink of an eye.
    She has grown up a lot lately I think.
    Let's hope it sticks.

  10. She is so cute! .. when did she get so big???


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