Lillian as a newborn

I was cleaning out my university office the other day and found some old unprocessed films in the drawer. Had forgotten what they were. One was photos of Lillian, from a few days old to a few months old. Taken with a disposable camera. They came out remarkably well, for cheap film that was banging around in a drawer for over 3 years.

Here’s she’s a day or two old, under the ultra-violet light (treatment for jaundice):

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Here, probably not more than a few weeks old:

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A happier shot around the same time:

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Teresa holding Lillian, at the Flower Show in the Exhibition Building gardens. This would have been not long before Teresa went in for her operation.

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Note the tuft of hair on her head, making her look like a child in traditional chinese paintings. She went through a brief phase where her hair seemed to be hinting at her racial/cultural heritage.

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