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Our Little Baker Boy

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DottieLou said…
can't turn your back for a minute how funny
That was so funny! I especially love his expression when he put the flour in his mouth. He has gotten so big since we went swimming. He is such a cutie.
That's awesome! My favorite is his face when he takes a big bite of the flour! HA HA HA.
Tina said…
Adorable! And I love how instead of getting upset you ran to get your camera so you could share this moment with all of us! This looks like a fun activity (and VERY messy of course!) I can't believe how cute Isaak is, and his expressions remind me so much of AliCherie it is scary. Love it!
Valarie said…
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Valarie said…
He is SOOOOOOOOOO cute!!!
mikele said…
that is soo cute. Issak you are funny. jaylea loves watching you eat the flour she laughed.

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