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Joy Y. said…
Looks like they're having some silly summer fun! Hope you have lots of that this summer!

Our moment:
http://www.vimandvigor.typepad.com

Blessings,

~Joy~
Dani G said…
those are great looking giggles!
Here's my moment:
http://www.imjustthatway.com/2011/07/this-moment_15.html
Anne Dye said…
Isn't funny how easily kids can be sidetracked from thinking about the heat! Hope you have a great weekend!
cate said…
silly! and so cute. looks like they had a great week.

happy giggly weekend to you!

http://www.tribecayummymummy.com/2011/07/this-moment-look-who-discovered-her-toes.html
sylvia said…
awesome, you must have loved to cool down! happy weekend!
Your kids are adorable!! Love the diaper photo and the blonde curls!! I'm sharing a moment, too. : )

~ Wendy
http://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/
Sabrina said…
Love the two very different expressions on your kiddos! Here from SouleMama! :)
Sofia's Ideas said…
Sprinkler breaks are the best! What cuties you have there! :)

Here's our moment, of my mom teaching my kids how to use the sewing machine... http://sofiasideas.com/2011/07/15/this-moment-31/

I really hope you'll take a moment to come by! :)
That looks like a lot of fun. Lovely giggly moment. Dropping in via Soulemama. xx
Dan & Emily B. said…
hehe...my favorite kiddos!! :) love it!!
Anna said…
It looks like they are having so much fun :) Great moment!

http://othersideofanna5.blogspot.com/2011/07/this-moment_15.html#more

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