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I'm the new kid on the block here. I am fairly new to blogging but it gives me the chance to talk about my favorite topic- my kids! I'm one of those silly moms who lives and breathes her babies.
I have a little girl.....well diva. She is turning 2 this month and boy can she bring the drama! She's a good girl but certainly knows what she wants.
I also have a little man who is almost 6 months old. How the time has flown. He gives his smiles and giggles pretty easily. He LOVES to eat and snuggle.
I've started blogging because I want to welcome readers to take a look at my family and all the chaos, clutter, giggles and smiles it brings.
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Comment by Tabitha Pope on January 9, 2009 at 7:19am
Isn't it crazy?? He's at that age now where something new happens developmentally all the time. This morning he decided it was time to start sleeping on his belly! He's experimenting with different noises (gagaga, bababa). He's going to be talking in no time I'm sure....just like his sister.
Comment by Kathleen on January 8, 2009 at 8:40am
Your little man is 6 months now! Oh my goodness, I can't believe it's been 6 months! :)

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