Daddy's Girls

In honor of Father's Day, I thought I'd share a photo of my sisters and I with our Papi on his birthday in March. (I'm the second to the right.) Yes, this poor sweet man had a house full of girls with no boys insight (well, boys of his own). Now the tables have turned and he has grandsons here and grandsons there with only one little granddaughter insight plus one more on the way whose gender remains to be unknown. (And nope, it's not baking in my oven, if you know what I mean.) Hopefully, I'll be able to add another little girl into the mix someday. I would love to see my husband have a special bond with a little girl just as we have with our Papi. There's nothing like being a Daddy's girl.

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Forever In Blue Jeans

Most moms have an obsession of photographing their families that they rarely are ever seen coming out from behind the camera. That's why Carin @
Forever in Blue Jeans created a new challenge for all blogging mamas. It's called 52 Weeks. Every week moms will be stepping away from their cameras and sharing the spotlights with their loved
ones. Looking through my photos, I discovered that it's so true. I'm missing in action in most of the shots. And really it doesn't bother me one bit. Well......maybe just a little. I would have to say that when I look at pictures of me growing up, my favorites aren't the ones of me alone. They're the ones that capture me with my family, especially my parents. So, I'm excepting the challenge.



McCrakensx4 said...

Great photo! My dad has 2 girls and no boys, so he was so excited when Brendan was born. And in honor of my dad Brendan has my maiden name as his middle name! He was so honored! Hope ya'll have a fab father's day with your Papi! Nice post

Bridget said...

What a great picture! It's neat being a daddy's girl! My dad has two girls, but now has 4 grandsons, so he's happy! :D

He And Me + 3 said...


I love this photo of all of you. Boy, your dad has some pretty daughters. I'll bet he was beating off the boys for years. Happy Father's day to him and you all are just beautiful!

Amber said...

This is so sweet. Enjoy your father's day!

Robyn said...

Wow wonderful picture, love seeing a Father with his girls!

Eyeglasses & Endzones said...

That is so sweet! I love how pretty all of you are! Amazing photo too! Your dad will have a great Fathers Day!!! ;)

The J's said...

Very nice! My dad had 3 girls & 1 boy--My husband has 9 girls and 3 boys...The boys come, for sure!

Tamela said...

Aw what a sweet photo! My dad has just me and my sister too! Maybe he will get a grandson some day!

E @ Scottsville said...

Awwwww, your dad is one BLESSED man! Five beautiful daughters. =0)

Glad he got grandsons AND a granddaughter.

E @ Scottsville said...

PS - the comments are working again. (as if you couldn't tell) ha ha ha

♥RocĂ­o♥ said...

♥♥♥ I LOVE IT ♥♥♥
Have a ☺☺☺HAPPY☺☺☺ THURSDAY!!

momstheword said...

Wow, I'll bet your dad didn't get in the bathroom much, lol!

How awesome fcr you to have that many sisters!

Under the Florida Sun said...

Love this shot and what a great post! My grandfather had what we called a Harem..
3 daughters
4 grandaughters and that the time of his death 2 great grandaughters. LOL

Anonymous said...

Really nice picture with your sisters. Looks like he's surrounded by his treasures. :) Beautiful!

Darcie said...

Miti~ your dad looks like one loved man! How special he must feel with all you lovely girls and how lucky you must all feel being daddy's girls!

mom-2-4 said...

I grew up in a family with just two other sisters, and we all love our dad so much too!
I wanted to let you know that I've passed on a lovely blog award to you. I really do love stopping by your blog, so I'm so glad to pass this award on to you! Stop by and "pick it up".
Julianne :)

Sarah Dawn said...

Delighted to meet you. Just found your blog via the award you won. Congrats! So glad I was able to stop by and meet you just a bit. I hope you don't mind, I'm going to come back and splash around with you.

Hugs from Costa Rica,
Sarah Dawn

Janie said...

Nice family photo of your dad and family. It's so important to celebrate family. Nothing matters more.