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Seeing that my most recent blog posts have been of a serious nature, I decided it would be a good idea to post some new pictures of Avery!

Today, we placed Avery in her Bumbo seat for the first time. She is still a little too little (she's still working on holding her big head up) so Meg had to hold her hand behind her neck. Still, the pictures came out really cute:

This picture should be the new advertisement for Bumbo...It's as if she's pointing to a sign that reads, "Bumbo"

Avery is practicing for Disney World...she's waiting for the ride to start...

"Oh, no!" The Bumbo is perfect level for Bailey to give his bad breath kisses!!

Staring at mommy...


"Look ma! No Hands!!!"

Here are two pictures from today's play time...notice the hands in the mouth! (she loves staring at herself in the mirror)

In the event that the pictures weren't enough to make you smile, I captured this video of the little monster...she's too cute.


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