Thursday, April 4, 2013

Throwback Thursday

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I love my beautiful smart, goofy, stubborn, amazing daughter more every day - sometimes I just miss the baby Ro. :-) One day I was reminiscing and looking at old videos that I decided to compile some clips of her giggling. I have yet to meet a giggling baby that didn't make me smile. This version is the shorter version edited with Magisto with Christina Perri's song, "Arms ." There is a longer version with no music here. My husband keeps telling me I need to send the clip of me hiccuping (it is included in the mash up) to America's Funniest Videos :-)

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  1. Love this :)

    Congrats on the Thumping Thursday's feature!

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    (¸.·´ (¸.·`¤... Jennifer
    http://jennsrandomscraps.blogspot.ca

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    1. Thanks so much, Jenn! I am glad you enjoyed here giggles like I did.

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  2. You are so right! Nothing better than a giggling baby. I like the idea of putting together several clips into one video. Now if I could just figure out how...

    So glad you were featured on Thumping Thursday!

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    1. Haha Melissa, Magisto actually makes it super easy, but you have little control over what portion of the clips it will pick. and sometimes they even mess with the order - but I love to use it. It also has a phone app - which I *love* at least there is an app (free) for Android, I am not sure about the iPhone. Check out their site - it is linked above. If you want more control (which based on our e-mails, I don't think that is a big concern for you - hehe) use the editor that came with your operating system. I use Windows Movie Make and Windows Live Movie Maker (the newer edition). You can download those for free as well if you don't already have them. If you have an Apple - then I do not know. I do know their movie editor is more powerful/has more gadgets than the Windows one - but I have never used it.

      And thanks for the comment about putting a bunch together. I am sitting on a bunch of clips, and while I love every detail I knew not everyone else would (even grandma and grandpa - lol)

      And - as you know, I am now following you via many avenues. :-D

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  3. So sweet. You are so lucky to have beautiful videos of your baby giggling. I have beautiful photographs. Wish I had had a video camera now. Anyway we are on the same wavelength today. Check out my blog about poetry and daughters at
    http://mary-anderingcreatively.blogspot.com/

    I really love your video!

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    1. Thank you so much! I very much enjoyed your poem, thank you for sharing.

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  4. Hi there! I have ventured over from Linkin’ With My Ladies. I am co-hosting this month and I just wanted to thank you for participating! Love your blog! XOXO, Mandi @ All My Happy Endings

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    1. Well, thank you for hosting, and for visiting - it is always a pleasure.

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  5. Stopping by via the Thumping Thursday Hop, I'd like to invite you to visit my blog http://www.scatteredmusings.net

    Following you in all the social media networks we have in common.

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    1. Thanks so much! I liked your auto mat review - and will be looking into those further!

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  6. So adorable!!!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog "I am at home" earlier!

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    1. It was my pleasure to visit your blog - and I am glad my video here brought you a little joy.

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  7. I'm with you . . . giggling babies always make me smile! :) Thanks for stopping by earlier. I'm following on BlogLovin'.

    Mary Catherine of Fun-A-Day!

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  8. My twins (a boy and girl) will be 18 in 2 weeks... I'm doing the whole memory lane thing too LOL!
    Following from the TGIF Blog Hop. Hope you have a great evening!
    Nicky
    http://www.feelingtheemptynest.com

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    1. Ooohh ... I feel your pain! It is a wonder you can keep it together - perhaps in 10 years it will be bitter sweet for me instead of terrifying! Though I am already talking to her about staying at home and going to college so she can stay focused on school and not worry about bills and such. /shrug - I try :-)

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  9. Ohhh. As a grandma, I can so relate to how cute they are and how you miss those early years. Cherish every moment! I can't remember which blog hop I saw you one lol

    Handmade at Warratahstree

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    1. LOL it doesn't matter which blog hop - as long as you are here! :-D Thank you so much for the comment. I am so glad for the level of technology we have now - it makes it so much easier to capture little moments that may have been lost forever with the sands of time. :-)

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