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Counting back (fell behind on my daily updates)

Day 25: Harper finally lost her umbilical cord!

Day 24: 
We played outside on our new playground..


Day 23:

Harper's first outing! We had breakfast with Gran at the West Ave Grille

Day 22: We hung outside while Avery tried out her new climber

Day 21: 3 weeks old!

Day 20: Tummy time is so tiring

Day 19: Relaxing and recuperating from Easter!

Day 18: Harper's first Easter! (Avery's second)

Day 17:
Harper's first trip to Target!

Day 16: We dyed Easter eggs.


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