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Giggles Kicked Off 2014 and It Was Awesome

Happy 2014 Y'all


Contrary to the look on Nanner's face, I assure you, she was having a blast at 12:01 am. 
My Monkey, Sophia, Nanners and Celia in the front. 
The squeals from them when the ball dropped? Made it all worthwhile. 



Mama and her favorite redhead



Donovan would've wished you a Happy New Year but yeah. 
He didn't make it to 9pm.



Watching the One Direction movie. 
Awesome start to the year according to the girls.



My Monkey loves her cousin Donovan and was
 watching him play Roblox all morning.



See?? Nanners DOES smile. It's just rare to capture it on film. 
Ha. Film. That was funny.


Great start to the year I think. Lots of laughs, tickling, giggles, oh my. 
I hope your new started out with just as much fun and love as ours did. 
Here's to a kick ass 2014!!



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