100-Word Story: The New Girl

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The New Girl”

She looked so much like Sally: bright, sparkling eyes; cute, upturned nose; precious pink lips; and dimples, just the barest hint of them, like Sally had when she smiled.

Larry fell in love with her instantly.

“You’re beautiful,” he whispered, stroking gently at the soft round of her cheek. He bent his head and kissed her then, smelling deeply of the sweet scent of her.

“She is,” Sally said.

Larry looked up, into the tired, teary face of his wife. He smiled. “She looks just like you,” he said.

Sally smiled, too. “I was going to say the same thing.”

I’ve had such a good time reading new-mummy updates from jennybennyk on Twitter (you can also follow her blog at itsjennythewren), it reminded me of first moments like this, and how your perspective can change of an instant.

Husbands/fathers are especially susceptible to daughters, I…

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