Thank you so much, Kate_Te! She is just a really happy kid.... to get that smile I was just saying things like, "Awww, look at you taking a picture with Pink Bear. Pink Bear loves rocking in the rocking chair".
I can't believe both of my girls have such blue eyes. My eyes are blue but not that bright of a blue and my husband has brown eyes and is 1/2 Hispanic. E is still young enough that her eye color may continue to change but right now they just seem to be getting bluer just like her sister's did at this age. They just got lucky with the pretty eyes I guess..... I did want them to have their daddy's pretty darker skin and instead they got my ultra pale skin as you can see. hehe
awwwwwwhhhhhhhh!!!! theres our girls! SO DARN SWEET!!!! love it! THANK YOU SO EVER MUCH FOR POSTING THESE PICTURES! I'VE SEEN YOUR BLUE EYES B AND THESE LITTLE GIRLS SURE TAKE AFTER YOU! THEY ARE SO DARN CUTE LIKE KATE TE SAID! WOW! JUST SO SWEET........... I'M GONNA FIGURE OUT HOW TO UPLOAD MY PICS OF GRANDBABY HERE ONE OF THESE DAYS!
Thank you all. And thank you LLT but really the extra weight often makes me have a double chin and I still look about 3 months pregnant. Definitely not attractive. I can't stand my body right now but I do appreciate the compliments.
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