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Favorite Kid Photo Blog Hop

So picking just one would imply that I favor one child over the other right? Okay I know that is not true but I am one of those mom's obsessed with equal treatment so here are my favorite kid pictures of each of my three kids.






Katie the "Red Devil" Halloween 2008
Dalton the swing king fall 2008
Peyton the poser Spring 2009











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Comments

Evelyn Mayfield said…
Oh my goodness, they are so cute! I had to post my kitty because I've never had children, but he's cute, too.
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Girly Do's said…
Wow- what beautiful eyes you kids have!
Tara said…
Beautiful pictures but I do esp. love the first one. Katie looks lost and lonely standing in the street with the big surroundings.
Lori said…
Love these photos.
Brandi said…
Aw, so cute! Some of my favorites of my kids are in Halloween costumes. BTW, I LOVE the pic in your header! Beautiful!
Lucy and Ethel said…
Definitely equal treatment!!!

Cute pictures of cute kids :)

Lucy
Crystal said…
Oh wow, I love these. You have beautiful children!!
the brown couch said…
Here from the MckLinky Hop...please come over and visit me, too!

at browncouchevents.blogspto.com

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Deborah

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