Friday, February 5, 2010

A hat or potty training?

Friday ~Finding Beauty is a weekly event on Claudia's blog Dipity Road. Participating blogs are asked to post a photo of whatever they like on their blog, that touched them in some way and made them feel, see, or appreciate a moment of beauty in their lives.


My beauty is my 21-month old daughter Beli who found her potty training pants but decided she wanted to wear them as accessories instead. I bought them several months ago under the persuasion of my mother to slowly introduce the idea of potty training but I don't think she is quite ready!

23 comments:

  1. What a cute picture! she could start a new trend ;-) Thank you for stopping by my blog. I just read your 'about me' page and gosh - it almost brought a tear to my eye. Your parents went to the US for a better life for their children and you acknowledge and appreciate that... right now we are trying to find the best place to raise our daughter, for her to have the best childhood possible and yet we worry as to 'what is best?' and 'what if in later life she does not think we made the best move?' ... it's difficult, but hopefully we will get there. I will continue to watch your journey... an inspiration! Alice x

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  2. Thank you for visiting my travel site - vast blue skies.blogspot.com. What a lovely daughter you have. so cute ! God bless her .
    By the way, how did you come to know about my blog ? just curious.

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  3. Alice, thank you for your kind words. As far as your daughter, You are offering her the World: traveling and learning about other cultures are priceless! When she is old enough she will acknowledge and cherish this.

    I really want to get a hold of your book. I'm interested in reading about your travel stories with your little one.

    Best wishes.
    Elisa

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  4. That is too funny....she is beautiful!

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  5. Ohhh I remember those days :)

    She has the most gorgeous lips-- and those eyes! wow... powerful...

    Mom-- be strong... be very strong -- I could see her getting her way veryyyyy easily :)

    Thanks so much for participating!
    Claudia

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  6. Oh my...she is adorable...and beautiful and did I say adorable!!! Yes, there is plenty of time for potty training. :) Nancy

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  7. Hi Marie! I stumbled on your blog via blogger and when I saw your pictures of the outdoors I had to stop and take a peek! Thanks for stopping by!

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  8. Hi Pam, yeah she is a silly girl.

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  9. Denise, I love your pic you posted of the Raggedy Ann doll. adorable!

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  10. Oh Claudia, you're soo right..she has learned the art of divide and conquer with Mommy and Daddy! If I say no, she goes to daddy an vice versa..how does she know??LOL

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  11. Jaja, no se. Debes mirar sus sensibilidades de la moda. Eso me da miedo! ;-)

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  12. Nancy.

    Yes right now with the winter and cold ceramic floor it would be challenging so we are waiting for the summer time.
    I stopped over at your blog, and I have to say I love your valentine tree and the teddy bear decoration. Sweet.

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  13. @Still life in Southeast Asia, ja,ja si estoy de acuerdo contigo. Quise intercambiar su "sombrero" por una cachucha y no quiso.

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  14. She might not be ready for potty training, but the girl can accessorise! LOL! How funny! And yes, beautiful, too. :)

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  15. Hi and Happy Finding Friday Beautiful to you...
    I so love your blog. Love the precious picture of your little one. Cute as a button. Love her eyes.

    I am a Mom of 3 grown kids and have 8 grandkids, so yes I remember these days. They sure are cute, and eventually she will be putting these panties on herself. Some are a little stubborn at first.

    I have signed up to follow your blog. I can't wait to see what you share next. Please stop by and let me share my blog with you. I would be so honored if you signed up to follow my blog as well. I am having a 200th post giveaway and would love for you to sign up for that as well.

    Country hugs sweetie...Sherry

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  16. Thanks Jay, you are right she is all about "fashion" LOL

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  17. Sherry, thanks for your kind words. Of course! I would be delighted to to stop by your blog, maybe it will be my lucky day for that giveaway??

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  18. Oh my goodness I remember well my daughters and their cousins as toddlers doing exactly the same thing...they all want to where panties and pullups on their heads like hats!!! Apparently this is not an odd cultural anomaly but common to children around the world!

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  19. Hi Laura, Then I shouldn't be too worried that for now she only sees them as "hats". =)

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  20. Hi Elisa, Just saw your response to my comment - I don't know how to email you so I'm posting the link to my book here... http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Travelling-Mum-Babe-Arms/dp/1905430736/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top you can have a sneak preview on Amazon and see what you think ;-) Any problems please email me: alice (at) alicegriffin (dot) co (dot) uk xx

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  21. Oh good, good... Thanks ALice for the link.

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  22. I am thinking when she is a teenager and you show her this pic!

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