Sweet at Seven

My oldest daughter is nearing the end of 2nd grade.  Sometimes when we’re having a really great time together, I can’t help but feel sad that we might be nearing the end of the sweetness of childhood.  We’re already experiencing glimpses of the attitude that comes with most “tween” aged girls and I’m trying to hold onto the sweetness of now for as long as I can!  Today, was a lazy day and both her and I were a little bored.  So I asked if she wanted to go take some pictures and she very sweetly accepted.

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