I have been introduced ...

to scanning.

That's right.

I am probably the last person in the world you want introduced to scanning. Because it is very likely that I will be on of those people who scan every photo they have and then post them on Facebook. And tag them. And.I.will.enjoy.it. Thoroughly.

But that is beside the point of this evenings blog ... As I have begun the early stages of my scanning I have noticed a trend. See if you notice it too:

Noticing anything at all?

It's clear I was brainwashed as early as several days old to ... the color pink. I am now kinda thinkin' that I had no choice but to submit myself to everything pink. I don't know about you, but I feel like there is a little bit of relief to know that there is reasoning behind the madness. And their names are Mom and Dad. More so than Mom. If my dad had dressed me more often I would probably more photos like this:

Which is all cute and adorable ... until one day it becomes severely inappropriate.

P.s. I feel that I must warn all of you that this scanning business has led me to many-a-thought ... Which I most likely be posting about for the next little bit. Hope you don't mind. And if you do, oh, well. It's my blog. ;) Word.

Also, you should taken a second look of the photo where I am in an adorable pink swimsuit with pink hearts on it. Notice my sister in the background. Hahahahahaha!

I find
this song horribly, horribly sad. I kinda never want to listen to it again. The end.


Allison and Josh said...

Scanning is a wonderful thing!! Your baby pictures are adorable!

Shan said...

Cute pictures! Yes, it totally was the singles ward dude.

Avree said...

Haha I love it, scan away Mindy!

Meg said...

If that's the reasoning behind the pink than ALL little girls should grow up obsessed with pink. Trust me, there aren't a lot of color options for little girls. :) Maybe some of us just rebelled.

Krystal said...

I can't decide which thing I love more: all of the PINK (which I totally caught on to before even getting through all the pictures, and was very pleased!) OR the fact that you had a picture with all your cabbage patch kids... oh how I love those dolls!!! Still collect them to this day...

and on a more serious note, that song totally made me cry... oh my goodness... just looked up the lyrics and I'm crying like a baby

Kristin said...

Wow, yeah that Dawson's Creek song was sad- Pacey always looked SO in love with her. Scanning, eh? I need to learn that too.

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