Curiouser & Curiouser

I love my little girl’s blue eyes. Uh, blue? Blue with sunflower centers?

It will be interesting to see if her eyes continue to change as she grows older. (Though I will be terribly sad if she ever loses all of the blue..) I love my girl’s blue sunflower eyes.

This week’s Popinjay photo prompt is “curious.” Visit Michelle for more curiousness.

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Jeni
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Jeni

What beautiful eyes!!

Amber
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Amber

Aw, thanks Jeni!

You know what I just realized?? I organized & purged my Google Reader the other day… I don’t remember seeing your blog in there?! I have to go check that out right now!

Michelle Pendergrass
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Michelle Pendergrass

(love this new look here. I mean LOVE it!!)

And your daughter’s eyes? Ohmygosh. Amazing. Stunning.

Amber
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Amber

I know, right? I mean, I know I’m “the mom” and all but all of my kids really have pretty eyes! ;0)

(P.S. re: the look – Thanks! I really didn’t spend very long on it, I found a good free theme with only minor adjustments. I just wanted to go simple again. I’m happy with it, too.) =)

Karina
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Karina

She has beautiful eyes indeed! One of a kind, really. I hope they don’t change too much either!

Hey, someone noticed the look!!! (I love it too, but you already knew that!) 😉

Juliana
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Juliana

I have very similar irises and they are still that way (I’m 33). The best part is they appear different colors to folks depending on what I am wearing (and my mood). I always struggled with what to put for eye color on forms, but since yellow plus blue makes green I usually put green (or green hazel) down.

Amber
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Amber

Juliana – That’s too funny! Hers mostly look blue, sometimes gray. Everybody that knows her would say she has blue eyes unless they’ve looked really, really close. 😉