Aww, those kid pics are so cute! hehe
Thanks for sharing I love seeing his serious and playful sides. Be proud Mom~ Off to check your guest post!
Way to go Mom! he's a US Marine now but he's still got his mothers doe eyes.
Awwww, sweet photos. We have a nephew who is a Marine. Really something to be proud of, Karen.Karen
OMG the cuteness! (Both the boy and the man) :)
Bet you're glad he's home!
Just read the interview. It was great Karen!Congrats on having a Marine in the family!!! That is amazing.
Handsome, handsome young man!!! Take carex
very sweet! Have a fun visit~
Oh I hope he knows that these pictures are up for the world to see! Nothing like online baby pictures to remember that you'll always be someone's baby.
Congratulations! You've got good reason to be proud your Marine. Give him my thanks.LeeTossing It OutTwitter hashtag: #atozchallenge
Aw, great pictures!
Aw, love those photos. I bet he's real pleased you put the baby photos up. :)Off to check out your guest post.
Great photos and how nice to have him home. I read the article and I think the job requires patience, being firm, being able to compromise as well as seeing the whole picture and, of course, being creative and respecting the author's creative instincts. Boy, that was a paragraph that needs some editing, but I will let it go as it comes from my heart. Good for you that you know how to do all that, as well as helping us. I learn a lot from reading your blog.--Inger
Karen, I'm clicking over to Jen's blog, but first let me tell you how thankful I am for your son's service. I pray for our military every single day.
I'm sure he's thrilled you're sharing those photos! ;)
Great pictures and congrats on getting to see your baby again! Love the interview over at Jen's. It was very well written.
Whoa. The text/font on that other blog is wonky. Totally weirded my eyes out! lol.Great info about being an editor though, thanks Karen! I hope my manuscript gets properly edited some day.
Welcome homes are wonderful. Enjoy your time together!
aw, so cute! *cough* I mean, manly ;)
Hi Karen ..# 8 .. golly gosh & as you say handsome chap - delighted he's back with you .. Great pics too .. enjoy yourselves .. cheers Hilary
Was lovely to see your 'baby' home again. I'm sure you'll make the most of the time.I must get over to unedited and read your interview.Denise<3
Great photos Karen. What a great young man! I'm proud of him...
Thanks, Pat. It's been quite a long process. If he weren't in reserves, he would be called up this fall.
Oh wow....where has the time gone? He's such a doll!
Oh so sweet! I love this, you know they will always be your babies right? You must be proud Karen, well done. And welcome home to your son.
I'm so glad you have him home safe. You must be so proud of him :)
They'll always be our babies, won't they?
Welcome home to your son! Such cute photos!Off to read your post at Jen's.
Cute pics! Glad your boy is back home :)Give him my thanks for his service. Our troops are amazing!Off to check out your guest post.
I'm heading over there to readand welcome home to the Handsome Man!
What wonderful photos! Enjoy your time with your "baby"!Happy writing,MontiMaryMontagueSikes
I like your blog! I'm following you and I am also taking part in the A-Z Challenge, I look forward to seeing your entries. RuthieTootieWishes
Thanks for the kind words on my blog--they go such a long, long way :-) I read your guest post on editing, which provided great insight on keeping things in perspective during the editing process. I am your newest follower (until the newest comes along). I look forward to meeting up with you later this week during the A to Z Challenge. Have to also add what a handsome young man your son is! You must be so proud of him. Thanks to him for his service to our country.
Working my way over....What a handsome little boy, er, young man! Glad he's home safe and sound :)
So glad your son is home safe!
I don't care how big and tough they get. They are ALWAYS our babies. And your "baby" has grown into a mighty handsome man! :)