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Merry Christmas!

I wish I could say that Sarah Kate is pointing to heaven and saying "Jesus." That would be appropriate since we are celebrating His birth, but that would be a lie. She is saying," NO, NO!!!!" This her favorite thing to say lately. I don't know how to stop it. She points her chubby finger and says, "no, no" all the time.
I just had to get some pictures of the girls in their new Christmas dresses before church.



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His Doorkeeper said…
They look just beautiful in their little Christmas dresses!!
Kelly said…
I LOVE their dresses!!!!
Tracy said…
So cute!
Mary Avery said…
oh I just love the matching Christmas dresses. So cute and they look precious in them! SK is looking so much older lately! Merry Christmas!
Kelley said…
They look so precious in their dresses!
Tara G. said…
How pretty! I love smocked dresses! My 18 m old is also into pointing that finger and saying "no!" I suppose she hears it often enough between her parents and older siblings!
Oh Laurie - I popped over from Kelly's blog. Your girls remind me so much of my older sister and me. Emily - sitting there perfectly and contently. And then Sarah Kate - the blonde on a mission - saying "No!! No!!" They are too cute!!
LOVE their dresses and they are adorable!!!
I remember 2 of my 3 going through that stage of saying "no, no". I think they just pick things up and then perseverate on them for awhile. Your girls are really beautful and precious! How sweet they are even in the midst of the "no's". Merry Christmas!!!!!
Lauren said…
Those dresses are sooooooo cute!!!!! :)
Summer said…
I popped over from Kelly's blog and I love the girls smocked red dresses! So adorable!
Summer :0)
Brandy said…
I am pretty sure that Sara Kate and my duaghter are about the same age, and Francys points her chubby little finger at everyone and shouts "no" at the top of her lungs! It makes me feel a little better to hear someone else say they are dealing with a bossy little second child too! It is tough because it's kind of funny!
Lisa said…
Your girls are adorable. I just love their dresses!

Lisa in TN

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