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little yellow tree

Every fall I watch and wait as the leaves start turning colors...and, finally, my favorite little yellow tree produces the largest, most beautiful yellow leaves. 
It is in the front yard and visible from the kitchen, dining room and living rooms.  Its leaves make a beautiful backdrop for pictures. (Exactly the reason why it's featured for today's "Mommy & Me" photo).  And, it's not very big yet, so there aren't so many leaves to rake once they all fall to the ground. 
I love my little yellow tree.


 










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  1. These photos are just beautiful!

    I love the leaves too.

    Beautiful family.

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  2. Great photos! It's really been a nice fall hasn't it? That tree is not that big to produce so many leaves. Imagine when it matures how much raking you will need to do. Or ahem... those boys will need to do :-)

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  3. Wonderful family. i love the first photo. contagious smiles

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  4. love those shots and the leaves

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  5. I miss fall. Never had it in Florida. Didn't get much of it in Alaska. I have great memories of jumping in piles of leaves in GA. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. The leaves are great...as is the picture. That's card-worthy.

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  7. Beautiful tree! Thanks for stopping by and being so kind! I just love this time of the year with all of the gorgeous colors!

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  8. Oh, I love the yellow tree! Beatuiful photos.

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  9. I have never seen one yellow tree. I love the first photo. Wearing same color of shirt lying on a pile of yellow leaves. It looks fun.

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