How could I say “no” to this tiny tot joining project snowflake? We met a year-and-a-half ago after her mom sent her handprints to me. Here we are connecting internationally via Skype. She has made three sets of beautiful handprints since Aug. 11, 2015 when she was age three-and-a-half.
Beth’s latest handprints are posted below. The first set of prints I have for her are from Feb. 2004 when she was eight-years-old. She just turned twenty-one in Feb. 2017. I now have 13 years of prints of Beth’s hands.
She is having quite a bit of fun here. This is her third printing.
Finn is a pro-printer. He does it all himself. This was his 5th printing.
It’s been almost two years since Sawyer’s last hand-printing, which was her first printing at age two.
So patiently, River let four other kids have their hands printed before her turn. Meanwhile performed as photographer! I captured her first handprints at age three. She’s now nine-years-old.
Farrah just turned two in June. Her mom was a big help in this printing and the first time when she was only 7 weeks old (below).
Printing Farrah’s hands for the first time when she was 7-weeks old (above)
Here she is, below.
She held her hands so still, I could see and record all of her fingerprints. I felt very lucky in her willingness to ‘play’ with me.
Farrah’s hand in Mommy’s hand
River greeted me with a big hug this past week, just before we printed her hands.
I met Sawyer Rose just after she was born two years ago. Here is her first hand printing in May 2015 at age 2-years and 3-months. Seeing her fingerprints, even at this early age, gives us insight into her extraordinary life purpose.
Baby June blessed me with her presence today along with her handprints, thanks to Daddy Anthony and Momma Erin!