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Greenville, North Carolina, United States
Hello, My name is Tracey. I am a wife, sister, daughter, and mother of three. I have taken photos of my children and family members for years. My love for photography became a passion when I received my first 35mm SLR from my wonderful husband for my 1st Mothers Day. Nothing captures a moment in time like a photograph. It is my desire to capture images that reflect life's moments as you remember it.


Thomas is our first born son. He loves to swim, ride bikes, skate board, and body board. He loves to read and does well in school. He was named after my Dad. He is known as "The Ladies Man" at school. Chicks dig him!


Tyler is our "smiley" second child. He is very loving and sweet. His tries to use his smile to keep him out of trouble. He enjoys riding his bike, making sand castles, skate boarding, and sports. His smiling face will win your heart.


Tanner is our baby of the family. He loves to play with his big brothers and will try (and most of the time succeed) to do everything that his big brothers do! He has the funniest expressions. He is a good little fellow and a Mama's Boy.

Tracey & Frank


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Thursday, October 2, 2008

A new Baby with DS

Thomas had a ball game tonight. While I was there, I saw the cutest little baby. He was just looking around and taking it all in. I walked over to talk to the baby (I love babies!) and what a surprise - he has DS! I wanted to ask his mommy if she knew any other mommies with children with DS but I didn't. I was afraid that it may bother her so I opted not to approach her. I wanted to tell her all about my Mattie, and all the other kiddos I keep up with via blog. Anyway, I thought it was ironic that it is Down Syndrome awareness month and then I run into a new face with DS.
Anyway, Thomas did get a base hit so I was pretty happy and we won the game!

Did you know....
Down syndrome is the most commonly occurring chromosomal condition. One in every 733 babies is born with Down syndrome.
For more DS facts visit the National Down Syndrome Society's web site.

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