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Fishing with Daddy

Steve took Emily fishing Saturday morning. She had the best time fishing with her Daddy. She caught her first fish!
Steve said she also spent a bunch of time gathering flowers.


Comments

Jamie said…
She is a cute fishergirl. My 4 yr old boy like to play with the minnows. Can we say yuck! ha!!
Kelly said…
Steve is such a good dad!
how SWEET is that?!?!?!? She will never forget these times with her Daddy!
Rebecca said…
I really loved the peasant type shirt you wore when you had Kelly over for dinner, it looked great on you! Where did you get it? You have a beautiful family! :)
Jennifer said…
I LOVE your kitchen table - it's simple yet beautiful. I went to P.D.'s like you suggested yesterday. It was filled with great stuff.
Meredith said…
I love that! I remember when I caught my first fish with my Daddy! Precious post!
Lauren said…
Sooo precious!! What a sweet time! :)
Tara G. said…
Fun!!!
Faith said…
Check out that cute little fisher girl! Such fun memories being made with her daddy!
His Doorkeeper said…
What a sweet Dad to take his girl fishing! Such wonderful memories for the BOTH of them!!
Megan said…
I realize this is weird... I found your blog after reading Kelly's last post. Wondering if you remember the name of your kitchen paint color. I love it, and I've been looking for a color I like for a long time. :)
Vonda Axe said…
I have alot of fond memories of fishing when I was young. Way to go Emily on catching your first fish!!!
sanjeet said…
She will never forget these times with her Daddy!
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