Tuesday, June 15

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Hangin' Out

Hangin' Out 1

Hangin' Out 2

Hangin' Out 3

Hangin' Out 4

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  1. Love it! They look like they're in bunk beds. :)

  2. "Hey Mom, we're tired. Please lay off the photo taking until later."
    Tee hee.

  3. Hey Suz, just lookin' in. Who are the two in the trough? They must be lambs but they've grown so biiiiiiig! Missing everyone. XXX

  4. Adorable! I found your site quite by accident looking for bread recipes and have been spending the past few days happily reading old blogs, baking wonderful bread, and generally feeling wonderful about life! (thanx for that last bit, I really needed that!). I have a batch of your oatmeal bread happily rising on the counter, so I decided to send you a quick note via the internet. :-)

  5. I saw your profile in the Kroger coupon booklet and I love your blog!


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