Family Fingers and Toes

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“A good snapshot keeps a moment from running away.” ~ Eudora Welty.

I took some photos of my family this weekend and notice I take many photos of hands and feet, fingers and toes. I feel like you can tell a story from people’s body language via hands and feet. At least in photos I notice.

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These look like hands that have just played outside. Z loves buttons.

IMG_1229Z tried to share her popcorn with Baby A. I keep telling her A doesn’t have any teeth. But what struck me from this photo is how small A’s hands are, and how big the popcorn kernel looks relatively compared to her hands. I remember when teaching 2nd grade, we taught the students how to measure with non standard units, such as paperclips. A’s hands could be measured with popcorn kernels.

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Weekends are all about sofa naps.

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These feet look like tired feet that are getting some rest.IMG_1374

Mellow infant feet.IMG_1375

Swinging toddler feet.
20130112-172822.jpgand chalky doodles of my traced feet!

 

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