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Wordless Wednesday~Story Time


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Post edit: So this picture has spawned a discussion about bedding go here to discuss further.

Comments

Danielle said…
nOW That is SWEEEET.

xoxo
Danielle
Tara said…
Cute! He must be reading to them or they are really interested in his book. Is this in a hotel or at your house because the bedding looks very comfy.
Rudy Rukus said…
Tara he is reading to them and it is totally in a hotel we have ghetto bedding hehe!
Brandi said…
HAHA! Aside from thinking the picture was adorable and how wonderful story time is because it's nice and QUIET, I was thinking wow, nice bedding!
TAMMY said…
That's awesome! And you must tell me what ghetto bedding is! LOL
Foursons said…
Ok, I had to go back and look at the bedding since Brandi commented on it. It is nice! Like a hotel. :)

Your kids are beauties. All 3 of them. What a great thing for them to do together too. My Jakob has curly hair too, but not as beautiful as your girl's hair.
Peterson Family said…
What a sweet pic! And his book must be the most interesting one!!
Tracy said…
Your kids are adorable! Love the hair.
Janet said…
Great picture! We have that Little Lamb book too.
Mama M. said…
What cute kids! Thanks for leaving me a message...you're totally right, it would be rude to stop by and not say 'hi'!! ;)

Glad to see you're sportin' the button!

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