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Sunday, 24 October 2010

Sepia Saturday; Easter 1934



Peter's Mother and her children; a stroll in the woods; Easter Sunday 1934;
Erik, called Didie, the oldest, then Paul the third child, Rosemarie, called Rugeli the second oldest and Peter my husband in the stroller.
There were more children later. Three more boys, one died as a child on Polio and two more girls. The youngest child, a boy born 1942. All are still alive.

Nellie was born 1909 and died when she was 94 years old.

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7 comments:

  1. Peter's mother looks so serious and the children look like they're having fun. I have trouble imagining the challenge of pushing that stroller in that forest of leaves. It's a lovely photograph of Nellie.

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  2. What a gorgeous photo of mother and children - they are eating apples by the look of it, enjoying a break in their walk. Just lovely as is the photo of Nellie.

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  3. What a lovely photo. Snack time while out walking. Nellie looks lovely.

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  4. Where did Nellie fall in the group? That is such a magnificent photo of them all in the woods. Thanks for posting it!

    Kat

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  5. Guten Tag Titania

    Oh Nellie gefällt mir so gut! Sie sieht so zufrieden aus-:)

    Ein friedliches Bild, Zvieri im Wald. Der Kinderwagen ist interessant, ich dachte immer, dass diese früher mit dem Kind auf die Mutter zu gerichtet waren, hier ist es nicht so, doch die Eindrücke sind ja auch ganz anders als heute.

    Manchmal tun mir die Kinder leid, was die im Stadtstrassenverkehr alles zu sehen bekommen, von der Mutter weg mitten ins Geschehen hineingeschoben.

    Einen guten Wochenstart und liebe Grüsse
    Elfe

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  6. thanks for posting a then and now... what a lovely smile!!
    :)~
    HUGZ

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  7. I really liked the oldie but goodie. What a precious photo. Great post.

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