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4 & 1

Mine wasn't the only birthday around these parts lately. These two had them in the last little while as well. I don't post a ton of family stuff here, but I do enjoy documenting the odd birthday and Halloween costume. So here they are, ages 4 & 1. 


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    1. Thanks, Livi. I'm partial to them.

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  2. They are GORGEOUS, Angie! You must be so proud! :)

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    1. Aw, thanks Amy. I'm awfully fond of 'em. :)

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    1. Thanks, Jen. I lucked out having a photographer for a husband.

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  4. Oh, what sweet little kids!

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  5. They are both beautiful.

    Happy Birthday to them both.

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    1. Thanks, Alexa. Doing birthdays for my kiddos is pretty fun.

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  6. Belated Happy Birthday to your adorable kids, Angie! :) They look so cute.

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  7. Congrats and Happy Birthday to the little demons. *grin* I'm celebrating Psy's 2nd birthday tomorrow.

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    1. Lol. You know it.

      And are you really?? That floors me.

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  8. Wow. Having a husband for a photographer is nice, but having beautiful children is nicer. So so cute. :)

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  9. oh, BEAUTIFUL. and happy birthday to all of you guys :)

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  10. Gosh, it seems like just yesterday when you announced Piper's birth on the blog!!! How time sure flies.

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