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I would not ever allow my children to have a pillow fight.  No not me!  And I would certainly not photograph it.  I would also never leave pillows around without a pillow case because that is just not like me at all.







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CFMama said…
Cute, I LOVE pillow fights!! I think I will start one with hubby tonight!
MannMom3 said…
Cute!

At least your pillows are all white and pretty..:-)
R Clan said…
lol cute! I would not leave pillows around without pillow cases either. How dare you. lol ;)
Melanie said…
LoL!!! Cute photos!! I love a good pillow fight! =)
What a terrible thing to do! I would SO "not" do this either!!
Trench Mommy said…
What fun! And at least you don't have to worry about feathers flying! Right?!
Erin said…
Ummm pillows are supposed to have pillowcases? I would never do that either!
Oh, shameful. Of course there is never a pillowcase-less pillow in our house. Never. And if there were it would be up in the closet waiting for a guest who had need of one not laying on the floor beside my bed even as I type, not here!
*~Petra~* said…
Ah... pillow fights are so therapudic. :)
Anonymous said…
Loved these pics! Nothing like a good ol' pillow fight with mom. :)
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Alicia said…
LOL! Gotta love those pillow fights.

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