Little Girls Grow Up So Quickly.

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Where does the time go?

It seems like The Evil Spawn was born only yesterday.

Now she’s 10.

She’s outgrown her playroom wall, so it was time for a change.

But what I know and she doesn’t is all too soon, she will outgrow our house altogether.



 Happy Birthday.

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10 Responses to “Little Girls Grow Up So Quickly.”

  1. Jim
    on Mar 5th, 2011
    @ 11:11 pm

    Happy birthday, Evil Spawn!
    I have one E.S. turning 11 and one turning 8 this year, and while it seems like no time at all has passed, I really can’t remember a time when they weren’t around.

  2. Sarahwww
    on Mar 6th, 2011
    @ 7:09 am

    Awwwww, what a good set of parents who get it!! Very cute wall and yes, it won’t be long until it is out grown, but enjoy the time!!

  3. Michelle Howell-Martin
    on Mar 6th, 2011
    @ 8:53 am

    That’s so cool! She’s a lucky young lady (even if she doesn’t realize it yet)!

  4. Sheryl Lawless
    on Mar 6th, 2011
    @ 1:17 pm

    Happy Birthday, Ashton…love the wall! It just makes me smile when I look at it!

  5. Allyson
    on Mar 7th, 2011
    @ 3:37 am

    What a nice blog and wall.

  6. Jenny
    on Mar 7th, 2011
    @ 5:57 pm

    Logistics question – did you just use regular white paper and carbon paper to get the design up before painting? Getting ready to paint a design too, and never thought about something so darn logical!

    Michael Smith Reply:

    @Jenny, It was a kit -

  7. Michael Smith
    on Mar 8th, 2011
    @ 2:12 pm


  8. wozza
    on Mar 9th, 2011
    @ 4:47 am

    Cool! I like the transition years and age 10 is a biggie (Stand By Me was set then I think – I could be wrong).

    I got my first grown up bike when I turned 10 – greater mobility and independence. I sometimes wish I hadn’t begun that ride.

    A teenager though? I thought that happened at 13 until 19. I could be wrong.

    Love and peace – Wozza

  9. Alicia Kessler
    on Mar 10th, 2011
    @ 8:16 am

    Life in a blink. Sure wish stop motion was possible sometimes.

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