Thursday, September 11, 2014

World's Most Serious Baby Grow Up...

One of my neighbors' most illustrious little granddaughters is a child I refer to as "World's Most Serious Baby". As an infant, she never cracked a smile--at least not away from home, it seemed. As a toddler, she had a fiercely independent attitude which was always landing her in trouble. Phrases like "reading the riot act to Mary" and "her mother is about to kill Mary" were jokingly said. Now, at age four and a bit, she is a beguiling little pre-schooler who can't wait to go to school and be part of the scene.

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