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Hanging in Harper's Crib

My sweet new neighbor, Michelle, gave me this message board that she made. I LOVE it! She got a silver tray and painted chalkboard paint in the center. Wow! I am going to get a big black easel and display it in my kitchen.
I am so glad that I can be with Kelly and Harper now! I have gotten some good cuddle time with this sweetheart in the middle.

Harper did not know what to make of all the children invading her crib. Look at Sarah Kate looking at Harper cry. SK did her share of crying at this age.


Kelly said…
Harper slept for THREE hours after ya'll left!!!!! Please come ANY DAY! ha! She was worn out from staring at her friends. :-)
So glad ya'll came over!
His Doorkeeper said…
I love seeing these three together at last!!
beckylbranch said…
what a cute chalkboard! Harper doesn't look too happy there...but I'm sure she'll warm up eventually to her BFF's!
Ashley said…
LOVE the chalkboard!! And those are some super cute girls in that crib :o)
Jenna said…
That is one CUTE group of girls! They will LOVE these pictures when they get older!
Lauren said…
LOVE it!!! How precious! Besties for life :)
I LOVE the last picture of the 3 girls!!! SK is like "What's wrong with Harper?" and Emily looks like she's thinking "What now?" Too cute!

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