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Memorable Moments Before And After

As we gathered in my mom's house, everyone had a good time there especially when old albums were "dug out" and got flipped through. Old photos from the 1960s to the 1990s were passed around, the young and the elderly had lots of fun, teasing one another on how we looked a few decades ago. Black and white photos was a trend last time, coloured ones were expensive. Surprisingly, the black and white photos do not fade as fast as the coloured ones....

One day I will scan all my old photos here... meanwhile, I managed to get these two kids to pose for me....
Taken at least 10 years ago......
Obviously a lot of difference, right?
In shape and in looks... 
haahahaa...
I wonder how they will look in another 10 years! 
Treasurable photos.....
Must not lose them.... 

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  1. LOL! Nice!
    My sister likes to surprise (I mean embarass) me too when she randomly shares my kiddo photos on FB >.<

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    1. LOL.. I like to see that too... can share on your blog?

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  2. The tables have indeed turned now, looking at the photos. Both of them are so sporting to pose for you.

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    1. We did that a number of times... that is the fun of it..

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  3. I like your nephew hairstyle. We call it coconut shell hairstyle. Sometimes looking at old photos brings back sweet memories and see how fast they grow up.

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    1. Just a decade ago... and hope to take another decade again... :)

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  4. Yes, wonderful photos to treasure. And so cool that you thought to snap them in the same position! You should get one of those double hinged frames and put one on each side, set it out on a table.

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    1. There are so many... my table will be full of them.... :)

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  5. so cute..those photos are priceless

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  6. lol, so cute! any pictures of u when u r young?

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    1. I have plenty.. and I look so awful.. hahahaa...

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  7. Eh where's your photo pulak? Maybe in the next post? hehe.. Yep certainly nice to look back at old photos..

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  8. Old photographs are treasures. Precious memories. You see one in my blogpost today...over 40 years ago!!!

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  9. Auwww....I really love the before and after photos!

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    1. Reminds me of me and my brother. The short one became the tall one :D

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  10. I love looking at my old photo albums too. Haha. Lovely before and after pictures of your kids. Yes. Must remember to take shot after 10 years from now. Definitely there is a difference.

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    1. Definitely... especially when kids are concerned... they grow up and they change face.. hahahaa..

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  11. haha the old photos.. am sure the elder ones would have more things to tell, and the younger ones may not have remembered anything huh??

    scanning all the old photos and make them into a Photobook with a timeline theme!! great idea~~ :)

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    1. Great idea but takes a lot of my precious time... now I can only do bit by bit... have to buy more photo albums to put in the old pictures.. if not, they will go off...

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  12. Will u b sharing more of your old photos?

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    1. No la... didn't take with them... nowadays very tired..

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    1. Next time same with small kucing.. another few years.. you will have to look up... hahaha..

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  14. It's a good bonding when all the sibling gather to go through the old photo. Good memories and everyone trying very hard to remember what happening in the photo ;-) What even...

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