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Our Life Is Here | March

I am not going to pretend there is a lot of exciting stuff going on over here these days, other than literally counting down the days until Spring! Sometimes, all a girl has to do to for a little Pick-Me-Up is a quick pedicure. E LOVES having her toenails painted and does a pretty remarkable job for a three year old keeping still AND being patient for the paint to dry. She begs me to paint on little designs, so I am sure that adds into her ability to wait a bit.

We love a kid’s polish called Piggy Paint. It’s fabulous, non-toxic brand that is low odor, without nasty chemicals and has a GREAT assortment of colors.

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E chose the color “Sea-quin” for today.

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…..waiting…is…hard. Luckily, this brand dries pretty quickly!
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Here’s to sandal weather coming up soon!

 

Thanks for stopping by! Now, you really must head over to my favorite Canadian’s blog to see what Miss Jana is up to at Photography 2204.   (also, you should do yourself the favor of  ‘liking’ her page on Facebook too…but maybe not, if you are on a diet.  She is a MASTER of food photography).

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  • I love that sweet little face, and totally agree with her choice of colours <3ReplyCancel

  • Lori, I love these photos!! Her little facial expressions are just too cute!!ReplyCancel

  • I’ve never heard of Piggy Paint. I will have to check that out! I love how you captured her excitement in the photos. I’m impressed that she’s patient enough to let you do a design. Here’s to a hasty return of Spring!ReplyCancel

  • These are such beautiful photos, and she looks like she’s having so much fun! I love that you choose to capture and share these moments!ReplyCancel

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