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Just Some Pics for the Grandparents




Valentine's Day

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Michelle said…
Emily and SK are SO cute!
The Ormons said…
very cute pics.. I can't believe SK was still for any of them...Justin says just about every day that Reid looks like Emily
His Doorkeeper said…
I KNOW how the grandparents love those pictures!!
Steve says he doesn't care what Kelly blogs about...just make sure she puts H's pictures on the blog!!

The girls look so sweet together!! SK is looking as big as Emily!!
Hillary said…
So cute!!!!!! Is SK calling the hogs in that last one? They are both looking so big!
Meredith said…
Love all those pics! Your girls are truly precious! :) Give them hugs from me!
The first pic is my fav of Emily and the last one is my fav of SK.
Tara G. said…
They both have such different looks! So sweet! Technology is wonderful to keep in touch- that's been a lifesaver for us as we've never been closer than 12 hours to the nearest g-parents. Have a wonderful weekend!
Angie said…
they are just too precious. that's the only reason my mom and dad ck my blog is for pics of their grandbabies lol!
Jennifer said…
Laurie, they really are the most precious girls! So cute and sweet. I found out where P D's is from a friend in Franklin and cannot wait to go without Evie!
So cute! Such pretty girls!
Lauren said…
Your girls are just too precious, how can you stand it? Ha!!
the day's said…
i'm not a grandparent...but i LOVE these pics. what a beautiful family!!! :)
Angie said…
woohoo look at your sassy new blog!

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