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I Can't Believe That I Did It

I actually posted every day this month. Miracles. They are real people.


Tonight is a date night for the husband and I. Should be a good time.


I'm rocking a killer migraine right now so my last NaBloPoMo post is gonna be a teeny one.


Here, enjoy these photos:



Here's the boy from a couple days ago. He's going to be 5 in four weeks. FIVE people.

This is one of my all time favorite photos. It was not an intended pose. He was crying and I turned him onto his tummy and he looked up grinning from ear to ear. I love it.

Here he is with my sister in law in the same photo shoot. Their hair seems to blend together. My husband's baby sister is having her own baby in three months. I know I've told you that already but still, I wanna hear it.................Awwwwww. Thanks. Good Internet.

Comments

Les said…
Congrats on NaBloPoMo - and on The Boy's upcoming cred. It goes by fast, doesn't it? Kyla turned 13 in August and, no word of a lie, she was 7 about 3 weeks ago. Too fast.
Peter Davidson said…
Grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and for ever. (2 Peter 3:18)

Come and see!

wetestifyofchrist.blogspot.com

God bless.

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