Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - Definitely Her Mother's Daughter

She's definitely her Mama's daughter!  As a kid, I've always noticed this tiny "beauty mark" just above my wrist.  Ha! Beauty mark! That's probably a euphemism for "mole" because a mole or a birthmark just sounds so unsightly! Anyway, I always thought it was special and different. It's just a pretty little dot near my wrist. Look! Little One has one on the exact same spot as mine on her arm!  I was so shocked! The same little dot and on the same spot!

She told me, "Mama. We're so connected."


Do you have any special, odd, quirky connections to your kids?

This post is supposed to be a Wordless Wednesday post. As you can see, it's not that wordless :)

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Laura Cyra said...

That is so neat, I've never noticed anything like this before with my daughter but I'll be checking now!

Brandi Yee said...

That is so cute! I love how she says you're connected :) So sweet! Our kids have a lot of our similarities combined and it melts my heart to see :)

Kathryn Lavallee said...

My youngest son has a birthmark in between his toes, of all places! And I have a HUGE one on my...ahem...derriere. But I'm still hunting for my oldest son's birthmark!

Shayna said...

That is pretty cool! My husband and I are both fair skinned and have our fair share of freckles. Our two year old has one so far and she is so proud of that freckle!

Mommy Moment said...

That is special! Love it :)

Paula Schuck said...

Aw. That is sweet! My mom and brother and I all have one weird toe that looks almost webbed. Creepy, but you asked!

~ The Country Mouse ~ said...

I think that is awesome. So cute!

Elizabeth FrugalMomEh said...

That's so special!

Christine said...

Isn't it neat? So interesting to see what kinds of traits our kids get from us!

For sure! SO sweet! Neat to see what traits kids get from Mom and Dad. Many people think Little One looks like Hubby's side, but I laugh because I think she looks more Asian!

Christine said...

Oooh! Little One has a birthmark on her bum too! LOL! I thought it would disappear. Apparently the kind she has disappears as kids get older. Hers is a kind of bluish mark that is called a "Mongolian birthmark". It should disappear by the time she's a teen, I think.

Awww! Love freckles! Cute!

Christine said...

Mommy Moment
:) It is pretty sweet! She was so excited! She said, "We're twins, Mommy!" LOL!

:) That is kinda neat! Don't worry...I won't ask you to post it for your next WW post! ;) Love finding out interesting new tidbits about friends! xo

Mom vs. the boys said...

cute! I just noticed one on my boys bum that has never been there before, It's funny how their bodies are always changing on us

Monica said...

What a sweet comment for her to make and how very true!

caninecologne said...

To my happiness, when she first started to hold crayons, I was thrilled that she was LEFT HANDED just like me. :)

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