• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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14 May 2007

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so cute!!!!!!!!!

Your niece is too adorable!

Hi! This shows al sweet dog and a lovely baby, but.. I disagree by letting the dog lick his face. It is not healty, I am afraid..

Oh my what a little cutie.

I know just what you mean about the washing up part. We just returned from a visit with our sweet angel of a grand daughter...

By the way, I've visited your Etsy store. Love the bunny.

That tongue, that face! You know there is not more effective way to clean. Little Cyrus would actually open his mouth for dog licks, hmmmmm. I drew the line there.

I just got up and was about to wash my face anyway... uahhh.
But cute, ideed, she is.

We have a bit of tongue action going on in our house too. Actually the dog in the pic looks a lot like our puppy Noodle. Here's a pic http://flickr.com/photos/tuttifruiti/274154614/in/set-72157594272911458/

ha! and that dog looks like my dog, yoko. goldendoodle?

Oh my goodness, that's in equal parts totally cute and totally gross! It's making me smile and wince at the same time...didn't think that was possible. ha ha ha!

Who exactly is kissing who?

nice shade of pink.

I love that picture! What a cute baby!

Your dog is the most beautiful colour.

Excuse me, but I have to go and wash my face.

Not that there's anything wrong with a big dog kiss. Good for the immune system.

(whoa!)

OMG! That is the cutest, funniest picture! Love, love, love it!

I thought, how cute, then I cringed, then I went and washed my face!!! hee heeeee too cute!!

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