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  1. A very sweet photograph well captured!

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  2. I like that you’ve used B&W, it moves the focus to her face as it looks like there might be a lot of color going on. Very sweet, too!

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    • Oh, yes, Melanie, if my daughter dressed herself that morning, there is a lot of color going on. That skirt is HOT pink! 🙂

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  3. HAHAHA Love those American Girls dolls! I was home schooled, so my mom and I got all the girls books (when I was little there weren’t nearly as many american girl characters lol) and that was one of my history lessons was reading, like Samantha, who was during the Great Depression. She was my favorite hahaha! My favorite christmas gift was my Samantha Doll 🙂 lol!

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    • I love the historical dolls and the stories! Hopefully Sofia will grow into those in the next year or two. It will be fun to read them with her. The big girls and I read them when they were younger, but they were reading pretty well on their own by then, so we didn’t read too many together.

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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.

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