mothers day

Friday, November 23, 2007

Kecia's baby pictures


We have all been wondering who Emma looks like so I got busy and found some old pictures of Kecia, which is not really easy because Kecia has scrapbooked a LOT of her baby pictures so I had to really hunt. These two were taken in early 1981 - probably when Kecia and Kelly were about two months old. I would say Emma does look a lot like her mama - except her mama didn't have nearly as much hair. And, Emma doesn't have a twin brother that she had to hold onto all of the time!! What do you think Glenn and Kecia - is it a match?

6 comments:

Kecia said...

I think there is a bit of similarity there. I see the same nose. She definitely has Glenn's coloring though and more of his face shape. Hopefully she won't be a WHITE (Stark white) girl like me!

Oh and you can't give me all the blame for lack of pictures...by the time Kelly and I rolled around, we were old hat, babies 4 and 5 don't get too many pics taken of them! I think I have 3 pictures of us before age 1.

Dirk said...

No there were more pictures then that taken of you two. You two were not old hat. You were twins and some time after us older kids had come along.

Sure mom and dad didn't take pictures like we do today with our digital camera's which give us virtually unlimited film as opposed to having to pay for film and then again to develop it. But they certainly took pictures of you two.

Dirk said...

I just compared a couple pictures and They've got the same chin. I find the chins more similar than the noses.

Susan said...

kecia - any idea where the picture of you in your little dolly dress (the one where grandma Bea's hand looks so big when she is holding you) is? That was taken when she got to Texas when you were just a few days old!

Kecia said...

I don't remember that picture...I do remember that we used to have those big black picture albums (three ring with plastic over the pictures) with pictures of us, but I haven't seen them for years.

Kecia said...

The only thing I see in the chin is that there are two of them (per baby!)