Kingston Creations

Signs. Photography. Furniture.

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  1. Renee'

    I really enjoy reading your posts…. this one took me back to my son’s childhood and some wonderful memories that i have not thought about in a while…. thanks!

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    • kingstonshots

      Thanks Ranee! I’ve heard it all my life, “they grow up so fast”! Well, its true. Im just trying to cherish every little bit I have with them. Glad you enjoyed the read.

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  2. Eden

    Bet you’ll treasure these shots for years. And when she’s a famous artist, you’ll have proof you were there for the first painting 🙂

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  3. Becky Kingston

    I remember this day fondly and taking the photos of the two of you painting together. I love these moments and can’t wait for many more!!

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  4. Mandy

    Shad what an awesome post. You will treasure this memory always and have now shared it with so many people. I hope you have that masterpiece stored away somewhere. Miss you guys!

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  5. thekiltedwoodworker

    Blimey, what a cutie! And what an amazing job she did with the background wash! You know you could totally put that on a gallery wall and listen to a bunch of hoity toity snots wax on about the existential meaning of the fiery orange streaks juxtaposed against the grey brain-like shape in the foreground, blah, blah, blah. (Sorry; five years of Art History has jaded me on contemporary art and contemporary art lovers…)

    But I do love this… She’s not a contemporary artist TRYING to be random; she is random by default. And that’s beautiful to see.

    My mom used that phrase, “Patience is a Virtue,” with me for years and years. Still don’t know what it means. 😀 Neither does my 17 month old son (who we’ve yet to give finger paints to… maybe we’ll do that this weekend).

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    • kingstonshots

      Your thoughts are mine exactly! Very well written. She loves to create, and stand back and admire her creations, much like her Daddy. Give the finger paints a try, who knows you may have a artist on your hands!

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