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I heart Faces Week 47~ We heart tooshies!






I am trying this again.  I never win but it is fun to enter and see everyone else's photos.  Go on over to I Heart Faces to see more entries.

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Rosina said…
Oh aaahahahahahaha! How cute this is!! I really laughed out loud for this cuteness!!
Great picture! I love the water beads! I'm right there with ya on never winning... But it is fun to post your favorites! =)
Anonymous said…
What a great I♥Tooshie entry! Hope that you have a great week~thanks for playing! Mindy
Brandi said…
Don't feel bad... I never win either. LOL! Love the photo. Too cute! :)
Alicia said…
Oh, I love it!!! So cute!!!!

And your kids are SO CUTE!!!!
Too cute! Great entry! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Kristen Johnson said…
You're right; they're very similar! Oh, and my girls have the same swimsuit your little girl is wearing! Great picture!
Karen Pedersen said…
Stinkin' cute tooshie!
Tomara said…
Adorable! Love those little toddler tooshies! So sweet! Love the color and the water!
crsmith said…
great capture on the water streams, & love the splash of color!
Sugar Mama said…
Very cute "tooshie" picture! Your blog headline pic also makes a really great "tooshie" picture as well. Thanks for your comment on my blog. I'm completely new to this so I appreciate it!
Jan said…
Too cute for words!!! Love it!!!
Hannah said…
Adorable!! Gotta love diaper tooshie!!
Melissa said…
Now I just love this diaper baby bum! Perfect!
~ Kathy ~ said…
awwww.... how sweet!! I used a summer photo too!
R Clan said…
So adorable. lol
Oh my gosh. This picture is SO cute. I love the color. It is awesome! And I love the water. And I adore that little tooshie : )
Foursons said…
This is fantastic! The color in her suit and the sprays of water- I love this photo.

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