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  1. These are gorgeous photos (great costumes, too). Did you take them?

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  2. Cute pics. Are these your kids? They are great photos! :)

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  3. So totally adorable. And I love love love the last pic!

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  4. So cute!!! Really great pics :)

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  5. KMont, I did not. That honor belongs to DH. He gives good photo. More of his stuff over here.

    Becky, they are, in fact, mine! Will (5) and Piper (15 months).

    Li, grin, thanks! I'm partial to that one as well.

    Mandi, I am lucky to have a photographer for a husband. The memories, they are captured.

    Sara, hehe.

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  6. Adorable!! I seriously need to learn the secret of getting my kids to not run away from the camera...

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  7. Yes, your hubby is a photography genius, but he also has very photogenic subjects. These pictures make me miss you all. Is that your front porch....I love the brick and I need to visit your home in person very soon. Jared has a job interview in Salt Lake tomorrow. Who knows what will come of it. But a girl can dream of moving closer to family.

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  8. So cute! Will looks like serious Jedi business is afoot in the left one near the bottom.

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  9. Oh my lord, Angie: these are gorgeous and I went to his blog and I was drooling al over his photos. VERY, very talented.

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  10. Hi Angie :)
    Thank you for sharing those incredible photographs. Your husband is very talented!
    Your children look adorable too - great costumes too.
    Love that last picture too. It so atmospheric.
    Thanks again for sharing,
    All the best,
    RKCharron
    xoxo

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  11. Jedi + Kiss = ADORABLE!

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  12. Cute, cute, cute!

    Jedi kisses are the best! ;)

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  13. Did your husband take these? Amazing pics. I love the costumes!!

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  14. Your kids are cuties. I love the kiss costume. And my husband would heartily approve of the Jedi and that cool picture of him with the glowing lightsaber. :)

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  15. Awesome pics, Angie! I can't believe how big Piper is already! It seems like just yesterday I was awwwing over her birth photo!

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  16. Britt, it really is a trick sometimes. My kids just never have a choice!

    Liz, yup, that's our porch. And it's beginning to be a crime that you've never been here. Interview in Salt Lake, you say? Now wouldn't that be nice...

    Allie, oh, believe me, he takes his Jedi business veeery seriously.

    Ana, aw, thank you! :)

    RK, my pleasure. I'm always fascinated to see what the boy will pick out each year. I imagine next year the girl will want a say as well. :)

    Jessie, hehe.

    Michelle, he did. He's there for all my photographic needs.

    Janicu, since he already had the light-up lightsaber, he was all set to go once we got the robe. I love the atmospheric ones as well.

    Christine, I know. I'm flummoxed by this as well. *shakes head*

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  17. Those photos are great! The kids look very cute and I hope they had a lot of fun. Tell your son his light saber skills look exceptional.

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