My daughter and my nieces. I found a poem online called "Little Shoes" I used the first three verses that read:
In the top drawer of her dresser is one pair of little shoes
And a pair of little booties from which her Mom can choose.
Although she cannot walk just yet, out with her mom she goes
For strolls in different shades of pink from her head down to her toes.
But soon the little newborn has to a toddler grown;
In patent-leather party shoes she's walking all alone.
But someone's watching closely as she takes each shaky stride,
And though she may not notice it, her mom is at her side.
The nursery's now a bedroom, the baby's crib is gone,
The little girl is off to school with brand-new sneakers on.
She skips onto the school yard with a step as light as air,
While mom, though smiling bravely, feels at loose ends standing there."
The background paper is a light pink. I tried to take the picture outside before the sun set behind the trees as this is probably the last nice day this year. :( Submitting this for the monochrome challenge new born pink with the twist of babies.