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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Special Exposure Wednesday - Saying Goodbye

5 Minutes for Special Needs
Just a few pictures of Kayla's last day of school before we moved from NM to MD:














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33 comments:

Kim said...

Those turned out really nice. I know Kayla misses her friends but I'm sure she is making wonderful new ones!

Nisa said...

I love these pics. I needed to catch up on your blog... I've been busy job hunting. Now that I have a big smile on my face, I can get back to the grind! love you!

Killlashandra said...

Those turned out wonderfully! I especially like the one with the 2 other girls and K sandwiched in the middle. :) A very sweet shot. I hope she is still having fun at school and adapting well to the changes.

Jill said...

Those are so sweet. She'll love having those in the future - you will too!

Hope all is going well at your new school!

Tina said...

Those shots are beautiful! I hope she's adjusting well to school in MD :)

mommaof4wife2r said...

oh this is just too cute...and kinda sad too. how is the new classroom going? and friends for kayla???

Amber Pollard said...

That is some good pitcures and what a pretty child.

Karly said...

It makes my heart happy to see how loved she was.

Tara said...

I love the pictures. It almost made me cry seeing her with her friends. Hope she is enjoying her new school!

hjoy said...

Those are wonderful pictures

Mom24 said...

What wonderful pictures. I hope she's soon building new friendships. You too. ;-)

chelle said...

awww it is so hard to say good bye!!!!

Such sweet photos for great memories!

jotcr2 said...

Lovely photos, she looks very proud of her school and friends.

much more than a mom said...

Great pics Michelle - I hope she always remembers how much she was loved there, and the pics will help!

Karen said...

Kids are so incredibly resilient, but it still breaks my heart knowing that she didn't know that was her last day with her familiar school family.

Sandra said...

Oh they look so sweet, those are memories you'll cherish forever :)

Jeanette said...

Such good memories. My favorite one is the Kool-aid smile! Oh YEAH!!!

AZ Chapman said...

love the pics of the kids together i hope y gave them your blog adress so they can fallow up on Kaylas adventures

starrlife said...

She reminds me so much of my daughter. They would love each other I can tell just seeing her! Similar spirits it seems. PS- My daughter's name is Kayli!

Kyla said...

It is always a little sad to say goodbye, but it looks like she had LOTS of wonderful memories to carry with her.

PEA said...

Awww I'm sure she'll be missed so much by all her teachers and friends but she's such a lovable child, I've no doubt her new teachers and friends will just love her:-) xoxo

rylie's mom said...

What sweet pictures. Hope all is continueing to go well at your new location and w/ Kayla's new school.

tara @ kidz said...

She has touched so many lives, and I'm sure that will never change, no matter where she lives! What a beauty.

Dori (Aviva's mommy) said...

She is getting so big I cannot believe it.

Beck said...

Gorgeous pictures! I hope Kayla is finding lots of nice new friends and settling into her new school happily.

Anonymous said...

They are such sweet pictures. the one picture of the group the little girl on the end in a white skirt looks like my tiffany minus the glasses. same hair style and color! I'll have to show Tiffany when she gets home. she loves looking at the pictures of your little ones. she thinks kayla is just so adorable.
love ya,
mimi

Sue said...

Cute pictures. I love Kayla's "black eye" too. :)

Kathleen Marie said...

Awwww.... That is so cute. I never realized how tiny she is. Praying for a smooth transition for all!

Mel said...

She is so cute! I'll bet she is making all kinds of new friends.

Michelle said...

Great photos! I hope the transition has gone well.

Sully said...

My son has trouble socially still. He isn't even close to as bad as he was and he gets picked on a little. It makes me terribly sad. It makes me so happy to see the wonderful children that have made friends with your beautiful girl!

Mary said...

The next to last picture is fantastic!

Amber said...

Your daughter is so beautiful, her smiling face in the pictures on your blog makes ME smile. Gorgeous children you have.