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Many of you know that I have access to some really great photographers.  We get pictures A LOT.  I figure you can never have too many great photos of the people you love especially when you know two fabulous photographers.  So if you would like to see some GREAT photos of my kids and one of me please go visit my friend Pete on his blog here . Leave him a comment and let him know what you think!
Thanks Pete they turned out wonderful!!

Comments

Brandi said…
Saw them... wow! GREAT photos!
Éimí said…
great pictures!! And...have you noticed?? I have my blogfrog community all set up...just waiting on people to come populate it!! *hugs* thanks for all your help!
Jackie said…
Being the unbiased grandmother, I must say they are absolutely beautiful and handsome. I love my family!!!!!!
Gina said…
Lovely, lovely pictures!
Jane said…
Just sent you an email, just want to make sure I am not going to your junk.
*~Petra~* said…
The pictures are fab. Of course, your kids are so dang cute that they couldn't be bad! You should sit behind us more often... we enjoyed it immensely. :) Also, without getting too mushy, your testimony was just what I needed to hear today. Thank you! ♥
Mommy Bear said…
Beautiful pictures!
Wendy G. Atkins said…
i didn't realize how LONG the girls hair is. that's crazy!
I must go see them : ) I know they will be fab though because your family is GORGEOUS!

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