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31 May 2024

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Lil

I am guilty of the same thing. I dressed my toddler son up in lots of get-ups and especially for the holidays. My excuse was taking photos for holiday cards for the relatives. It was fun! And they grow out of being willing models soon enough!

Franki

Delightful!

Diogenes

LOLOL...this picture is somewhere between Frida Kahlo and Andy Warhol. I love it!

Ella Dyer

Coucou Corey,

Bravo, vous avez trouvé une solution ! Aujourd'hui, nous pouvons profiter de cette photo, et apprendre de votre imagination.

Well done dear :)

Annafromindiana

Your therapy was creating beauty —— brava and well done! And lucky baby Chelsea — so angelic and beautiful!

Jeanne

I love all you share Your daughter was dressed so lovely in this photograph
Much love

Judy

What a beautiful baby--now a beautiful woman!

Lorna Zrostlik

You are a strong woman Corey and you raised a beautiful daughter! 🩷

Texasfrancophile

What an Angel! I see Olivia in that face.

Linda

Adorable. She was lucky to have a creative and loving Mom like you. What a beautiful memory that you have captured here.

Ali

I’m curious, what does she think of this now? Does she love mid century modern?
Love the photo…
Ali

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