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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

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Awww ...

It always amazes me how much these young babies can go through and the pain they may be in, yet it's still so easy to make them laugh and smile...

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It always amazes me how much these young babies can go through and the pain they may be in, yet it's still so easy to make them laugh and smile...

- Jon
- Daddy Detective
- www.daddydetective.com

Very cute... She looks like a good-natured baby who never gives you a moment of trouble!

What's that Randy Newman song? "I love to see you smile..."

I took my son to see the Globetrotters last night and snapped a photo of him with the hugest smile on his face. I told him, "You need to smile more often, it looks good on you."

What a cute kid. Funny timing on this post, because just this morning my wife and I were commenting how my older stepkid, age 11, has reached the age where he walks around with a perma-scowl on his face. So I'm trying to cherish every moment I can still make my son laugh and smile, because you know how time flies...

Jon: Some kids are easier than others. Lael is amazingly easy.

Phil: All people need more reasons to smile. I don't see them much anymore, anywhere.

Gooch: I'm determined to help my kids skip that phase altogether.

Cute cute girl! Henry was close to 100% for weight a couple times even tho he's breastfed. She'll probably start the shoot upward the minute her teeth poke thru. At 13 months Henry's legs seem to grow on a weekly basis and it's been that way since 8 or 9 months old.

Yeah, that's what happened with Seth, but Lael is already in the 95 percentile for height! I wonder if Seth will mind having a sister as tall as him?

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