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It was a child' laughter that echoes in the halls of...
My son's home. Him and I, walked up to my Granddaughter's
The room she had a stocking cap pulled over both eyes
Thought it might be, a brilliant disguise...

She spins around, and then she stalls looked
Pretty dizzy I was afraid she'd fall, but at two yrs.old and half
She has better balance than us all...

" What are you doing Ellie Marie," she stops in her
Tracks, pull the hat to expose one eye, she looks
At her Dad, "I'm playing Daddy, can't you see?"
She covers her eye back up and continues spinning

I love that sweet baby girl, as I speak
I can still see her swirl...


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Swirling Baby Girl