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I think your family is beautiful!
isn’t it funny how they always want all of them!!
Oh my daughter loves the wipes! LOL She can at least use them now to help clean! Lovely blog and family!
RobynMom All Day
LOL that is too cute! Love the picture of your children.
They pulling out the wipes don’t they?
Thanks for visiting my blog Monday.I see why you liked my verse.But your quiver is a lot fuller than mine..lol. They are all beautiful!
oh a packet of wipes with entertain for ages!!! Pity about the aftermath!
Such cute pics! Love your blog…going to link it on my bloglist!
What a cute little mess! Great pictures:-)
What a beautiful blog! And ah, yes, I love the wipes.
Been there…done that!! My daughter loves to “play” with the wipes also.
made me remember when my twins were little. Thanks for sharing! Swing by The IE Mommy to see my entry for WW.
Hehe my son does that with the tissue box. Happy WW!
Hehe.. cute. Speaking of… you know you can make your own baby wipes right? You get the Viva paper towels (they are the softest), a gallon size rubbermaid container, baby bath wash, and water. All you do is mix 1-2 tsp of baby wash in water. Cut the paper towel roll in half. Stick it in the soapy water solution, take out the core, and it despences just like store bought wipes. They are softer on the skin, mucho cheeper, and cost WAY WAY less.
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