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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

The Power of Invisibilty

That my friends is not a twig. It is an invisibility shield. Last week for extra measure Princess Diva went for a shot of dragon repellent too. Did you know that your local immunization clinic carries it? Amazing stuff!!

My oldest daughter is very shy. Our house is full of invisibility cloaks, invisibility spells and magic treats. To prove that they are working I will take a picture of the space right next to her and show her in the camera's view finder. She gets proof that the magic is working and ditches her shy eyes for laughing eyes. Give it a shot but don't forget to capture the shy eyes too!

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35 comments:

April said...

Very pretty shots...love the story that goes along with them. Happy Wordful Wednesday!

Hootin' Anni said...

So so sweet. And the clinic is an ideal place for thwarting all kinds of nasty creatures if you ask me.

My Wordful is posted. It gives a whole new meaning to "Hang in There" Have a great Wednesday

postcardsfromwildwood said...

Very crafty! And yet so effective! I hope she overcomes the intense shyness soon. And then you can move on to other magic spells. I'm thinking with not so fond memories of my younger son's one-time interest in magic potions ... and the mess you can make by mixing plaster of Paris with a variety of household liquids...
Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog today!

The Blonde Duck said...

I can't see her. Where'd she go?

Dawn@Embracing the Ordinary Life said...

That is so precious...great idea about the pictures.

♥ Kathy said...

aww that's so sweet of you and she's beautiful. ♥

My Precious Peanut Designs said...

Those are beautiful pics!

Amy said...

I really liked your pictures. I had a hard time finding your girls. Hehe. I did this also. I had seen the Wordful Wednesday before(from you) and the ones that you are not suppose to say a word either. I joined. Have a wonderful day.

Jonny's Mommy said...

Very sweet shots! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your daughter is beautiful!

mommaof4wife2r said...

i love it! my #2 dd uses her blanket as her shield. so cute!

Bee and Rose said...

Love, love, love the photos!

Do you make invisibility tutus? I would really like to make my booty disappear;)

Michelle said...

What a great imagination. :)

Melissa said...

Where can I get one of those invisible shields??? It might come in handy ALOT!!

Brenda said...

She is a cutie!

CVSer in training said...

Aww that is a great idea!!!!

Kim said...

Aw, what a sweetie pie. It's okay to be shy, it just means you're a deep thinker.

girlytwins said...

Where can I get a invisibility shield?? Too cute.

Lynette said...

beautiful

lol on the big blue horse

Susie said...

What a beautiful imagination!

Grand Pooba said...

I love those shy eyes, that is such a cute picture. Very good idea with the shield thingy!

Funny in my mind said...

I will say it again...she is lovely!!

angie said...

I love the invisibility shield....man, she's gorgeous!

Krystyn said...

Great shots...that green is so vibrant.

And, what a special thing you do for her to show her it's working.

Saundra@ItalianMamaGoneCrazy said...

Ohhh what a fantastic idea...

I have scene stealing attention manwhores in my house... so no problem there... but great idea for others with shy kids...

I was painfully shy until I was about 13.

Chris said...

Make sure you get those eyes -- they're beautiful.

wife.mom.nurse said...

I especially love her expression on the black and white photo. She is so darling!

Single Girl said...

I want to be little again, and have invisibility sheilds.

Donnetta said...

Beautiful shots and what a good Mommy you are!!

Sig said...

She is so pretty. Love your blog, I need one of those tutus.

Amy said...

Stopping over from SITS. You have really beautiful tutus! I marked your etsy as one of my favorites. I too struggled with shyness. She is adorable!

Midlife, menopause, mistakes and random stuff... said...

Awwww........Tutu, my kiddos used to do that as well. Especially my daughter the youngest. The thought that her lovie made her invisible to me if she put it over her head. She thought that even though she could see me, that I couldn't see her. How sweet is that? How sweet are these children and all the precious memories and constant amazement and entertaiment that they rpovde for us??
I love to visit your blog...it reminds me of when my own were little and under my feet. I still long for them.......

Steady On
Reggie Girl

Sprite's Keeper said...

I love the way your mind works! My daughter is far from shy and likes to see pictures of herself, but I can see this working for other issues she's not so confident about. Clever!

Casey said...

Great idea to prove that the cloak is working! I love the shy shot, she's adorable!

Mrs4444 said...

What a little sweetie :)

Michelle said...

well she's beautiful.