CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Head Facial/Features – The Grandkids

All of these photos were pulled out of my archives except Memphis and that was provided by my daughter. Everyone is smiling, well…most everyone. These are my loves!

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – Head and Facial Features.

This is Heaven. Not a grandkid, but my little baby. She is 13 years old now. She was about 2 1/2 at the time of this photo. She loves Halloween and seeing all the trick or treaters come to the front door. How about that tongue and those eyes for facial features?

Memphis Jackson, one of my grandsons, not quite human. He is a one year old Brown Lab with tons of energy. Follow him on Instagram: @memphisjackson18

Memphis Jackson @memphisjackson18 on Instagram is a one year old brown lab who is full of energy.

This is my oldest granddaughter at her 14th birthday pool party last summer. She was in last week’s black and white photo challenge as a toddler in a pool. See a trend here? In case you missed it…See it here.

Oldest granddaughter getting ready to go for a swim in the pool at her 14th birthday party one year ago.

Let me present to you my human grandson who has my freckles. What a great facial feature they are! Sometimes he reminds me of Alfalfa from the Little Rascals, but so did his father as a kid. It’s a good thing!

My grandson at a waterslide birthday party. His face is covered in freckles.

My middle granddaughter has the same freckle features that adorn her face. She was opening up her gifts at her birthday party last summer after being in the water feature bouncy house they rented.

My middle granddaughter with a big smile on her face that is covered in freckles at her birthday party last summer.

My youngest granddaughter having a birthday gelato with lots of sprinkles on top. It gave me a nostalgic moment so I thought I’d make it look like a photo straight out of a 1950 diner.

My youngest granddaughter having a birthday gelato covered in colorful sprinkles.

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