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We lovingly call her "Baby Giraffe."

by accidentaltourist on December 6, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


The elder of my two daughters. She's tall and slim, and all legs. She's built like a ballerina, she looks like she should be graceful and elegant on the stage, whether in a tutu or tap shoes.

Alas, no....she is dedicated and determined to do well, and practices very hard....but her long slender limbs get tangled and sometimes look as if they are bending in the wrong direction when she dances.

Poor Baby Giraffe.

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