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Thursday, May 27, 2010

"Why folks, I grabbed that thare four legged critter by the horns, tossed him to the dirt and had him tied in ten seconds flat!"
This is my great grandson Kenny just before he learned to walk. He is wearing the family Cowboy boots. They were purchased in 1957 for our first baby, Patty-Jo. Her two sisters and two brothers also wore them.
Most of my grand kids and great grand kids have also had them on.
Family traditions are great fun, but the best tradition in my family is Jesus Christ.
Try Him, you'll love Him.



Anonymous Diane at Crafty Passions said...

This little fella is a cutiepie!
Can you call a cowboy a cutiepie?

Blogger Susan said...

That picture is darling and priceless. I love family traditions and what a great one that is. Trust you are all okay and yes, Jesus is the tradition that matters!!!!!

Blogger Sandie's Patch said...

Hi MM,
What a great picture!I love his pose!
You lucky lady having such a wonderful family tradition.

Sandie xx

Blogger JunieRose2005 said...

What a cute little cowboy!!
I bet you have pics of some of your other babies in these boots!

My son, born in 1959, had some cowboy boots a lot like that. I still have them too!

Blogger PEA said...

Awwww what a darling picture of Kenny! Love the cowboy boots, such a wonderful tradition to have started.

I've just caught up with your last couple of posts which I had missed. Bev, I was so sorry to hear that Lily Belle was stillborn, my heart goes out to all of you. The little outfit you made for her to be buried in is so beautiful and it must have been so bittersweet to make it for her. Having lost a baby when he was 2 hours old, I can understand the feeling of loss and pain.

Your flowers are soooo gorgeous, loved seeing all their bright colourful faces:-) My tulips and daffodils are now finished so just waiting for my other flowers to start blooming. Still need to buy and plant some annuals in the pots I put on the deck and patio, hopefully can get that done this coming week.

Take care, dear friend, and know that I'm thinking of you. xoxox

Anonymous Charlotte said...

What a cute little guy!

I agree, Jesus is the best family tradition we can pass on to the next generation.

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Blogger Rachel said...

I love this and your caption is so cute!!!

I am catching up too, and was so sorry to hear about your great granddaughter. My heart goes out to all of you. What a sad thing to happen. The little dress you made is so sweet.

Your flowers are so pretty. I know you have green thumbs for sure!


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Blogger Puss-in-Boots said...

Awww, what a little cutie! Wow, those boots must be really well made. Isn't that some sort of records?


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