Posted by: Sandi | August 6, 2008

Special Exposure/Wordless Wednesday

For this week’s Special Exposure Wednesday / Wordless Wednesday photo we were asked by the CdLS Online Support Group to show “Then and Now” photos of our child:

Jessica Then ~ Sep. '96 ~ 4 lb. 3 oz.

Jessica Then ~ Sep. '96 ~ 4 lb. 3 oz.

Jessica Now ~ Aug. '08

Jessica Now ~ Aug. '08 ~ 4' tall, 80 lb.



  1. She is certainly growing up, but she still has that beautiful dark hair!

  2. I love that people are posting baby pictures. How very sweet! Thank you for sharing.

  3. i agree with heidi! LOVE to see what the older kiddos looked like as babies!! and jessica was so adorable and still is!

  4. Sandi–
    So cute and so tiny! Where did the time go?

    PS–I think I might know why Jessica hates baby dolls….

  5. Beautiful! I am loving all the baby pics people are sharing.

  6. I am also loving all the Then and Now pictures. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Very sweet then AND now. Except I don’t like to think about my own baby growing so fast 🙂

  8. Lovely pictures, beautiful girl. Isn’t it scary how fast they grow? Where does the time go?

  9. What a sweet set of pictures. Give your girl a hug from us, k?

  10. How time flies so fast. very charming girl she is

  11. Loving the then and now photos I am coming across. Look at how tiny she was! And how beautifully she has grown up.
    (Melody 5M4SN)

  12. How sweet is that picture with the dolls! How precious! She has really grown!

  13. Great photos! Jessica wasn’t too much larger than her dolls in the first picture! She has grown beautifully.

  14. Precious photos!

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