On my Dad's side of the family, I was the first grandchild, so I was also my parent's (or parents'?) first child. Not trying to be vain here or anything but I think I was like one of the cutest little girls ever. My Dad's side of the family and my parents used to just stick me on a table and stare at me and tell me how beautiful I am. And they wonder why I turned out the way I am? lol. But hey, a woman loves compliments and I am definitely one of those women- unless you're super creepy or inappropriate or something. My parents also used to take tons of pictures of me and get lots of professional photo shoots done.
My parents had it lucky with me. They said I was like the perfect quietest baby except for when people would take me away from my Mom. I was and still am a Mommy's girl. Hope they didn't take my good baby days for granted because I became a mouthy rebellious bad girl as I grew older.
So anyways, hope you enjoy these throwback pictures!
My Mother had tons of dresses for me that had matching bonnets and shoes *Gag*
My innocent precious little chubby cheeked face
To this day, I still have a hard time not squinting my eyes like this in pictures
Ironically, this was on Halloween. I was a Princess of course. I believe this photo was taken after one of my emotional meltdowns. I was an emotional wreck starting at a very young age
I'm assuming this was a Christmas photo
Me pissed the fuck off because it was time to leave Ocean City, MD. I'm a Summer baby and love the beach
Dance was a HUGE part of my life. Ahhh the days of me being 15 years old, 105- 110 lbs, TAN (I know tanning is bad for you), and thinking I was hot shit
Another dance photo doing a heel stretch. I was 16 or 17 years old. I can or could do a much better heel stretch than that but it is kind of hard to hold that position for a hell of a long time while being photographed and having everyone staring at you
And another senior picture. In the beginning of that year, I had taken a break from tanning beds and turned to self-tanner (if you can't tell by looking at my orange knuckles)