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inspired by this threadshe's worried that her newborn won't stay newborn for much longer, and that she wants to savour it.Post a picture of your DC now, to show her how astounding they are at every age!
I'd post a pic up but would have to ask first. My eldest got married two weeks ago today and would have loved to post a picture up of how beautiful she looked I still love her (and her sibling obv!) just as much as the day she was flopped onto my chest The love never goes <3
Here we go - DD just now, 14mo.she grabbed her own cup, pulled up the spout, and sat herself down on the step to drink from it. giggling as she did it
oh dear, made myself cry there, bloody pg hormones <sniffle>
ooh, foof - lovely
She looks dead chuffed with herself nickelbabe
I would - but she is still in her pyjamas and I am ashamed.
I can't post as on my phone but there are a few pics on my profile of my twins at 8, 9, 10 months (they're 14 mo now too). They play piggy back on each other and feed each other with spoons now
Porto - that's all part of the development!Do it! ceeveebee - take a picture on your phone now, and upload it when you get to a computer Then we can compare 14mo
Lots of little gorgeous babies! Actually there are some pics of dd on my profile too.
Ooh it worked!
Ds in Islay last summer. Babies are fab, but 5 year olds are loads of fun!
Pics of my boys on my profile too but I'm going to try and post one here too for fun!
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awww, ceeveebee ahh, porto
theboob - it's almost like she knows the picture is sideways!
I'm on an iPad, so can't post pics, but you can see my profile for a series of pictures showing how a gorgeous newborn can aspire to new levels of gorgeousness as they grow.....
and i love the picture of your 3yo dad!
ds1........that took forever
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