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pea sized

for those who are looking for newer pictures of my two sons, here you. shannon snapped these treasures right after church on sunday. they are doing well, and i am certainly enjoying all the little moments of their growing up. like last night. we normally tell jack that we put a pea-sized bit of toothpaste on this toothbrush. he told his mom last night that he likes when i put him to bed because "daddy gives me a poop-sized toothpaste." art linkeletter was right. have a great tuesday!


cathyq said…
I love after-church pictures! They are handsome and adorable. I want to squeeze them both right now! Give them kisses from memaw
Mary said…
and kisses from teta!
stella g. said…
pea/poop. i love it! and those boys are so stinkin' cute! i can't get over how big they are. and i can't wait to see shannon tomorrow.

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