Almost Wordless Wednesday – The ’70s Edition

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I’m probably the only one who really cares that Wordless Wednesday is anything but wordless. It’s supposed to be a day where bloggers just show off nice big pictures with no text. But everyone ends up writing a novel to go with the pics. So I’ve decided to follow suit, except I’m calling it Almost Wordless Wednesday!

Recently, my dad found a few dozens of old slides from way back in the ’70s. I was born in 1972, so there’s plenty of baby pics and little kid pics popping up. I figured I’d share them with you guys so you can get a good laugh. I’m talking about the clothes, obviously. Not my geeky self.

Yep, that’s me at roughly 18 months.

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I was a true blonde back then!

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Me and mom.

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My big 3rd birthday! I’m totally loving those pants somebody’s wearing behind me. Is that my dad?

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Happy Hump Day!

 

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29 thoughts on “Almost Wordless Wednesday – The ’70s Edition

  1. Aww you look really cute! My pics from back then scare me when I look at the clothes my parents dressed me in!! LOL

  2. Cute pictures, it fun to look back on the old days. I have to look back to the 50’s for my baby pics, lol!

  3. I love the pictures. You were a very cute child-beautiful hair and complexion! My granddaughters are doing what your mother did then-putting pictures of my great grands up on Facebook so I can send them to all my friends to ooh and aw over. I think it is wonderful to have such links to your pasts. Kudos to your parents for taking such memorable shots. I do suppose you are following in your parent’s footsteps and taking pics of your beautiful children!

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