Bloated Puppy

Drowning in my own self confidence

Jan 2
My partial heterochromia

My partial heterochromia


Oct 26
My son is too cute. His saying “I’m so crazy in your hat”

My son is too cute. His saying “I’m so crazy in your hat”


Hatchetface xoxo

Hatchetface xoxo


Mmmhmmm

Mmmhmmm


Jun 11

rekit:

omfg


Jun 10

My love and I.

My love and I.


May 21

lulz-time:

 

LOL!

 

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ANyone else think-
Belle looks like Miranda Kerr?
Jasmine- Kim Kardashian?
Rapunzel- Amanda Seyfried?
Snow white- A young elizabeth taylor?
Tiana- Gabrielle Union?
Any more? 

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May 3
soooo cute

soooo cute

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Apr 24
moniquill:

howtobeterrell:

sbjammin:

khadds:

raah-raah:

Her hair is so pretty!( it’s natural)
She’s Melanesian, not African, their population has about a 59% Blonde hair rate.

OHMUHGAWD!! 

i wonder from who this gene was given and how it has endured for so long. freakin awesome!

She’s African doe

Yo, sbjammin: You know that pale hair, skin, and eyes were all organically occurring genetic mutations and that the people on earth with the fewest collective genetic mutations (therefor the genetically ‘oldest’ populations) are the Sandawe and Hadza people, right? That at one time, all humans that existed on earth had genetics similar to theirs and that all genetic variance came from such populations and proliferated based on environmental fitness of the mutations?
(TL;DR - your presumption that someone outside of the population had to introduce a blond hair gene is flawed)

Ummm I think she is Aboriginal. They were at some point trying to ‘Breed out’ Aboriginals.

moniquill:

howtobeterrell:

sbjammin:

khadds:

raah-raah:

Her hair is so pretty!( it’s natural)

She’s Melanesian, not African, their population has about a 59% Blonde hair rate.

OHMUHGAWD!! 

i wonder from who this gene was given and how it has endured for so long. freakin awesome!

She’s African doe

Yo, sbjammin: You know that pale hair, skin, and eyes were all organically occurring genetic mutations and that the people on earth with the fewest collective genetic mutations (therefor the genetically ‘oldest’ populations) are the Sandawe and Hadza people, right? That at one time, all humans that existed on earth had genetics similar to theirs and that all genetic variance came from such populations and proliferated based on environmental fitness of the mutations?

(TL;DR - your presumption that someone outside of the population had to introduce a blond hair gene is flawed)


Ummm I think she is Aboriginal. They were at some point trying to ‘Breed out’ Aboriginals.

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