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Little Miss Sienna - Beauty Vlogger-to-be

So, this morning, I was uploading some product review videos to ExpoTV... and apparently Little Miss Sienna has been watching. I left the computer for a minute, and I hear her talking all about her new makeup and watching herself in the webcam. She was so amused. So I walked over and slyly hit the "record" button (she doesn't like to be photographed/recorded unless she's at her best... so vain), and this is what I got! Shes…

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Added by Stephanie Lockwood on April 15, 2013 at 11:42pm — No Comments

I've never been happier to "pay up"

So how many times have you made a deal with your kids, like "if you do ____ for ____ days, you can have a ____"? And you make the deal knowing very well that your kid would never do ____ for ___ days straight? Well, I made one of those deals, and I had to pay up, and I've never been happier. 

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You see, having a child like B, the whole reward system never,…

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Added by Stephanie Lockwood on February 28, 2013 at 11:46pm — No Comments

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