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No One Hollers for a Momma

After purchasing a stroller and having a not-so-successful jaunt to the mall with it, I decided maybe Lily would enjoy taking it outside on a walk. It was a beautiful spring day. The weather had finally warmed up and there was no rain in sight. People were outside everywhere. Cars had their music blasting, windows rolled down.



It was the kind of day where a cute girl might just get hollered at by a group… Continue

Added by Katy McCarrick on May 3, 2009 at 8:56pm — 1 Comment

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