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Baby Keiks





It’s pretty crazy to think that at around my age, my mom had three children. I found these old photos on an old photobucket account, and figured I would share them on here. Not much has changed; I still dress the same way and put my hands up to my face in half of my pictures.

It’s so weird, looking at old photos. It seems like only weeks ago that we were chasing each other around the house and tattling on one another. We fought like crazy, but we were always close. We still are – just as my mom said we would be – but my goodness, we couldn’t be more different from one another. I don’t even think we look alike, not even a little!

Do you have pictures of yourself, as a child? I’d love to see them!

-Keiko Lynn

p.s. Since this blog is intended for personal reference [present and future], I’d like to go ahead and say RIP, Michael Jackson. Everyone knows I love and listen to way too much Michael Jackson, so it would just be ridiculous if I didn’t mention it here. MJ, I will play my favorites (The Way You Make Me Feel, PYT (Pretty Young Thing) and Rock With You are my top three) even more often than normal, this week. Which is pretty scary, because they already monopolize my “sewing” playlist on itunes. I hope I have the pleasure of running into the Thriller flash mob, this week. I have a feeling there will be several more appearances.

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  1. You look so adorable then, and you look so adorable now. I love all the baby pics. I wish I had a scanner so I can put up some of my old baby pictures too.

  2. your old family photos are adorable! vintage keiko is still as stylish. 😉 here's one of the embarassing ones: http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/9624/sombreros.jpg. i'm on the far left in pink (naturally). the rest are my cousins and my sister is in the back on the left. haha! it's so difficult to explain this because i don't even know why we had sombreros. we were visiting all those cousins/family in texas. 1994, i believe. <3

  3. Your mom is absolutely gorgeous!
    I wrote a post a while back about my craziest childhood photos with the weirdest things I wore. Let's just say there was a lot of puffy paint abuse going on…

  4. Keiko, these photos are precious. You were SUCH a cute child… and your mom, gorgeous. Makes me wish I had more photodocumentation of my childhood. 🙂