Down Home

I don’t remember what site I found this set on, but I was drawn to it right away because the girl reminded me of someone I met quite a few years ago.

The person she reminds me of was someone I met back in grade school.  But in these pictures, the adult female you see is what I believe that grade school girl to look like nowadays.

   

There’s an appeal that is very grass roots in nature, depicting what an average day might look like.  In the greatest of fantasies, the BabyGirl is always in pigtails, nursing on a pacifier while spinning in a circle in the cutest little babydoll dress imaginable.

I’ll be the first to stand up and say: “There is nothing wrong with that fantasy!” It’s just that most people don’t do that every single moment of every single day.

            

I have always been a firm believer in that you can’t miss something if it doesn’t go away from time to time.  This always begs the question: What if you don’t want it to go away?

Well, fantasy is wonderful.  But wouldn’t it make things even sweeter to find a balance where the dynamic is always a part of your life, even at moments when the babydoll dresses and pigtails and everything else aren’t a part of it?

                 

It’s about balance, blending fantasy and reality together.  For every person in this world, finding balance is something that requires an individual recipe.

These pictures depict what my recipe is.  Oh yes, she’ll be dolled up when she wants to be.  But there will be plenty of times in life when that isn’t possible.  But nothing needs to come to a halt, if there is a moderation that can be consistent.

These pictures show a down-to-Earth approach.  One that is down home in quality.

 

There’s nothing quite like hearing your BabyGirl in the next room as she moves about, crinkling up a storm with no way to control the noise.  There’s also nothing quite as adorable as catching her in a candid moment, when her hair is down but her diapered bottom is up.

Call it BabyGirl Casual, if you please.  But to this day, this set of pictures has always spoken volumes about what it just might be like on a day when there are no plans and no expectations to live up to.

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