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  • Wonderful photographs! Hope you both have a great day!

  • My goodness! There are some bea-yew-tiful glasses in those photos! Happy Easter to you, too.

  • It looks as if you might have shared a brother and/or a sister give or take a pair of glasses.
    Hoppy Easter!

  • Except that I was the middle kid, Kay and I were apparently interchangeable in 1968. I wish I still had those glasses….

  • Awww, two freakin’ cutie-patuties! Happy Easter, y’all.

  • AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW. I’d kill for those glasses now.

  • What cuties!

  • Oh, but the best Peeps are the stale and chewy ones!
    Just wanted to stop by and thank you for the Buttonhole Bag pattern–I made one for my sister for Easter (because it’s kind of egg-shaped, you know) and it was a big hit, and super easy to make!
    Happy Easter, y’all.

  • Cute pictures! I was about 5 months old for Easter ’67 and apparently my mother was unable to take photos of me and my sister that day . . . I’d bet we were almost as cute, though!

  • AAAHHH ! Seriously scary specs Kay – you remind me of my Aunt Beatrice, which is not good, but I’m prepared to overlook it once I’m over the shock :0)
    You do look tremendously serious and were obviously thinking deep, deep thoughts in those days. As you do now. I’m sure. Sometimes.
    Ann – you are so cute. Are the mini-adults behind you your brothers ?? There’s something about little boys in ties, they look so grown up !

  • Breathtaking views of MiniAnn and Li’l Kay. You should choose these as your rap names if you should one dad decide to begin a second or perhaps third career as a hiphop group.

  • Waaay cool glasses Kay! Hope you both had a great Easter time.

  • I thought everyone had to have their Easter pictures standing in front of the family car!!!
    Great pictures. Love reading your blog.
    A former near-Nashvillian-

  • Those glasses are to die for!

  • kay…. i see your carrie in you…. in that childhood pic…. sans specs…..(spec-tacular specs, BTW!)

  • Oh, I remember that easter.
    And no, I don’t want to talk about it.

  • I don’t remember that Easter, so I can’t talk about it. Looks like Kay had the same one.
    Forever chiming in last,