....brighten your day just a tiny bit, then you need to rethink what makes you smile.

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LAMO!

Oh no ! Dyslexia strikes again ...

Cute!

Thank you!

Thank you!  She gets her good looks from me. 

Babies always make me smile, especially now as I know they are not mine!

LOL

I used to say something similar. Now I have two kids. 

For sure.

She's way cuter than that kid anyway.

She's gorgeous.   Freeze 'er in time, lol.

: )

Last time we stuck her in a freezer, we had CPS called out on us. Cant do that again.

She's plotting her retaliation against you, ya know.....

I heard something about Icy Hot and underwear.

sorry, i dont have Leukoplakia

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