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February 03, 2009

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cat

Oh yes, I know that one. Little man L can take off his pants and his diaper!

Jackie

YUMMM-EE! Oh, and you might want to try either putting on her pjs backwards (if they're not footed), or put a onesie on top of it. It may not be 100% foolproof, but it's a good stalling tactic.

jan

Hope you're doing better! Are you holding it together? You're a great mom, I can tell. Thanks for sharing... :)

Ms. C

Greaat tidbits. Abby's got the skillz!

Carol

ooh, I just love it when they come running when I walk in the door. It is the best feeling in the world.

Mine haven't started mama yet. Callie will attempt to call almost anyone else by name, but not me!

diana

They sound wonderful!

The Microblogologist

I try not to tell her I am coming so when I get there I can surprise Niecey (and because sometimes things come up and I don't leave the day I planned and it upsets her), the look on her face when she sees me is priceless =3. When I lived there I loved coming home to her after school or work, that elated look they get when they spot you is awesome. Thanks for sharing and reminding me of these things =)!

Bea

These are sweet. I enjoyed reading them.

Bea

Emma B

We did backwards PJs for a while, but the girls figured out how to unzip each other. I sewed some twill tape around the neck (to prevent simply pulling them down) and put in grommets so we could thread a ziptie through the zipper top. When they outgrew those PJs, I switched to masking tape around their diapers, and we're still doing that.

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