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Before My Eyes

For those of you who don't follow me on Instagram, these are my three in their current incarnations. Just to be clear, Piper was on her way to her ballet recital in this picture. She does not actually wear makeup at age 5. Much to her dismay.
Photo creds, as always, to Aaron.

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  1. Aw. All looking happy and healthy and cute. And you can kind of tell they're siblings.

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  2. Haha, my niece is so happy when she gets to wear her ballet makeup too! Gorgeous kids.

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  3. Love these photos - their individuality really shines through, and Finn's expression!! Also, I remember when I got to wear my mum's blusher for school concerts - made my day :-)

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  4. Aw, thanks, Heidi. And I can't even think about Will being a teenager or I have to go lie down.

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  5. I kind of like that they look like they belong. ;)

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  6. Lol. Piper was over the moon.

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  7. He's a character all right. And I had to grin at how delighted she was.

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