I is for Independence – A to Z Blogging Challenge on Walkersvillemom

"I" from A to Z Blogging Challenge on Walkersvillemom


I is for Independence


I is for Independence on Walkersvillemom


Josh’s Nana used to be a stickler for cutting his hair.  When he became a teenager it was the first thing he claimed his independence over.   “No more haircuts!”



5 Responses to “I is for Independence – A to Z Blogging Challenge on Walkersvillemom”
  1. AMomBlogs says:

    🙂 they grow up but we still want to baby them


  2. I guess this is something most boys go through.

    That’s a nice photograph!


  3. Mare says:

    Hello! Just finding you through the a-z challenge. Great pics of your young man. I ‘liked’ your facebook page, so I can stay in touch. I had a handicapped brother, so my heart is soft for families with a disabled member. You seem like a great mom – God bless you! Come visit me, if you’d like: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Adventures-in-the-Ballpark-Marianne-Ball/394038163950377?ref=hl This is my facebook page, which connects to by blog. :- )


  4. Rama says:

    My God! You are so precise! Loved it! 🙂


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