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cade (men) at work



i once took jackson for a day of work, so i thought it was about time to take caedmon in for a day with daddy at the office, as well.  above you see him all bundled up and ready for the commute (we walk the 1 block over to the church).



here he is in front of the parking space that we don't use. 


as soon as we got to the office, he sat in my chair and began to pretend to work, which involved a great deal of pointing at papers.  i had no idea how easy it was to do my job!  since then, i've tried this approach, but it doesn't seem to be working for me.  not only does nothing get done, i'm not half as cute as he is.  oh well. 


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NJ Grandma said…
Hope Caedmon got all of YOUR work done for you. Happy New Year to the Milinovich family. See you next year.

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