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Growing Up

My baby is growing up. I can't beleive how big he is. Jayne is quite the little handful sometimes. You would never know it though, since he behaves so well in public. He i climbing and grabbing anything and everything he can find. I wish I could freeze him in time and keep life this way forever, but at the same time I can't wait to play with him when he is bigger and see his face the first time he goes to Disney World, or rides a bike. I have been working on the invites for Jayne's birthday party and they are a little differant from the photo cards I have done since he was born. They are regular cards and I am going to put these photo magnets on the front. I thought it would be fun for everyone to be able to put Jayne on their fridge. I am doing 2 differant ones so that not everyone gets the same one.

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Kris said…
Sweet!!! They look adorable!

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