Raising CHAOS since 2002
no words needed.
They are beautiful and handsome... and I'll agree with Nobody - no words needed....He's getting so big!
No, no words needed! Oh my, the girls in the dresses! I can't believe how old Pearl is, in my head she is still tiny. They look beautiful in their matchy-ness, which I love. And the boy??? Oh dear, just oodles of yummy cute goodness. I want to EAT him. Yum!
Your son already looks 30!My oldest son looks 14, in every way, and smells that way too.
eek, the cuteness! how delicious!
SO lovely. Are those dresses homemade? And if not, where did you get them; clearly I need to go shop there, too.
Oh, also, can't believe I almost forgot: Little dude = smooshably cute.
Those dresses are actually... sundresses picked up on sale by Grandma! They are SO Christmassy with the tights and shirts underneath! From Dillards I think.
He's so adorable. The girls are so freaking cute and pretty and I love that you have little redhaired girls like I would like to have, if I ever have a girl.BTW, Henry is what we've named the boy in my belly, and I'm hoping he'll be half as cute as yours...seriously, I do love babies, but I don't feel the same "tug" with just any of them that I do with mine...and the photos of your boy are doing it to me too!
Oh good. You didn't make them. I was about to hate you for being so talented and also finding the time to make such lovely dresses. Those girls. Wow. Gorgeous! Things are going to be interesting (even moreso) in a few more years!!And how is it that Henry looks so grown up already?? He's adorable!
Well, I think I can explain. He was probably a week old when he was born. Sooo cute!!!! Love you, Bon' Mom
Oh, Henry is so adorable. And so are his sisters!Mama
Serious cuteness going on here! And I am totally impressed. How the heck can you keep up with all that? You are a rockstar.
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