Sunday, February 04, 2007

"That's Mr. Koji, to you!"

In November, every year, we have a holiday (though not a "national holiday") where we celebrate younger children. All over Japan, 3- and 7-year-old little girls and 5-year-old little boys go to shrines with their families and pray for good health and all-around good luck for them as they grow up. Some wear traditional Japanese kimono or party dresses and suits. Most families will document this event by having a special picture taken....we spent the "big yen" and went to a professional photographer.
Here are three of the pictures we chose...believe me...choosing these was a very difficult process...they must have taken over 50 shots and they were all just great.
I have put all 5 shots into my Albums at the Kodak
Not sure if I remember how you get in....if you go to that site, put in my e-mail address, maybe you can get in....if you are a member, then it should be easy. If you have any problems, just let me know and I'll go ahead and post all of them here!!

When I look at these photos, I just reminds me that he really isn't a "baby" anymore..
....*sniff sniff*!!


Anonymous said...

Oh My God! What a little man he is. These pictures are toooo cute, and YES, we did miss you on here, Deb! Kim

Paida said...

Oh My God they are too cute!

Do you have Issei's? I want to see them too.

I am going to steal one of Koji's and post it on my blog later today! (I will link to you of course)

Anonymous said...

Great pics, Can't believe how much he has changed in just a few months. Soon they both will going off to get married, (like my 2). weddings in Aug and Sept as of right definte plans for sure.