Friday, October 31, 2008

3 Generations

One day I took a picture of some pictures. They are not as good as the original. Thought I would share them. The first one is of me, 2nd one is of my son, and 3rd one is of my grand-daughter (Terry Ann's daughter Trista). We are all around the age of 4 years old.

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Wishing all of you a blessed Friday and Happy Halloween. All are in my prayers. God Bless, Janie

13 comments:

It's Just Me ~ Katie! said...

It's amazing - You all look as though you could be brother and sisters. Take care and enjoy your weekend,
Katie

Lucy said...

Janie you all look a lot alike. Good pictures. You were a cute kid!!

Linda :) said...

You all have the same chin and nose.... and so cute...
Happy Halloween!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

You can tell the family resemblence for sure. They all take after you. 'On Ya'-ma

Rose said...

I love pictures! YOu have a very blessed day

Alice said...

They are all so cute :)......

Tracy said...

such beautiful pics and you all look alike! have a good weekend. hugs

Paula said...

You all favor very much. I have pictures on the wall of both my daughters at age four. I remember having to chase the youngest around a counter to make her have her picture taken.

roberta said...

I JUST LOVE THOSE OLD PICTURES. I HAVE A BUNCH THAT I PUT ON OUR OLD AOL JOURNAL. I THINK I WILL PUT THEM HERE...THANX ROBERTA

kelly said...

well you can most definitely see the family resemblence... great pictures.. and of couse you started the cuteness off... enjoy your day...
Kelly~

a corgi said...

what a cute idea to do, Janie; you can definitely see all the generations are related! beautiful family too; no matter what age the picture is from

betty

chefkelly25 said...

Janie you can definitely see yourself in all of the photo's. Cute kids! I should post one of my one sister. No resemblennce at all (we tease and call her the milk mans baby). She actually looks like my grandfather. Have a good day. Kelly

MISSY said...

Adorable! *M*

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