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I just wanted everyone to see what Miss Emily does to pass time. She emptied every blanket and burp cloth from her changing table and then put a doll or animal on each one of them. She told each one of them 'night night' and then later on in the day, she brought each of them a "biaper" as she calls them. Some of them got special treatment because they got a bowl or cup from her kitchen set. She is quite the little mother.
Another favorite activity is trying on mine and Steve's shoes. Here she is in her Daddy's shoes. She goes through this shoe routine most everyday.
A very special thanks to Kelly for helping me make my blog look better.



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Guy and Julie said…
Your blog looks great! I need help figuring out to fix mine--I've tried and only mess it up. Emily is quite the little organizer~she definitely seems to like her ducks in a row!
Leigh Ann said…
Emily is so cute! My little girl loves babies, too!:)
Hillary said…
I love the shoe pictures! His shoe is about the size of her leg! ha!
Kelly said…
Emily is my favorite!!!!! :-)
Meredith said…
Emily is just precious. When I kept her last week, she was trying on shoes that were in the living room! CUTE!

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