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First Time Away From My Girls...

Today was my first day back to work. While it was nice to see my students and colleagues, it was unbelievably hard to leave Meg and Avery.

Meg promised to take pictures while I was gone and I promised to call her/text her every time I got a free minute.

Without further ado, here are today's pictures (some are blurry, but I think you'll enjoy them!):

Avery was looking pretty in pink...until she spit up and had to change!

Avery and Meg spent some time on the floor. Avery loved the sunshine!

She was happy to practice lifting her head...

But had to take a lot of breaks to rest...

Avery was really surprised to hear that she was balding...

But she didn't let the news interrupt her time with mommy...

Love them!!!


  1. These are great ladies! Avery is so beautiful and looks like she's having a great time learning with you. Keep up with the picture posts!


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