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Erin. Really? As much as I love to repeat that phrase as often as possible, and as much as I appreciate your careful thought as to what you could title your post, I really feel that you may be standing ON the line with this one. Also, please tell me where you bought that shirt so I can buy one.
good luck! and he is SO cute!
We had to put up a baby gate when we did the toddler. That was 13 yrs. ago! Times flies.
I can't wait to hear how that went. When Jason climbed out of the crib in October we had 2 months of bedtime nonsense. It's finally settled down; the girls won't so bad, but they were older...LOVE the t shirt!
He is gorgeous! Boy gorgeous! Love the shirt. Good luck with the new bed and listen for the pitter patter of tiny boy feet!
Now that's a cute kid.Not as cute as mine obviously, but then again look at the poor soul'd genestock.But still - a very very cute kid.
I hope it went well. Our daughter lover hers and has now transitioned into an adult bed. Her twin brother thought it was a fun trampoline, but never used it for sleeping.
Anon—Walgreens, funny enough!Maggie May—You're a ray of sunshine, my friend.Melanie—We've discussed doing that very thing.Jen—Yeah, I think we're going to have to wait until he tries to climb out.Lisa—Don't tell him that; he already has a big head. Literally.Dan—It's a miracle he turned out so handsome. And how did you get your kids to be so cute? Oh, I know. Kerry.Slamdunk—So how did you wrangle the less willing twin?