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Guess Who Turns "1" This Week??

March 20, 2012

Our big boy Jackson does!
Doesn't he look thrilled with his Birthday hat?
Boy was he mad.
Serves him right.  I spent 15 minutes on my hands and knees this morning searching for a missing shoe.
He lay right on the bed watching me.  Laughing, I'm sure, knowing full well where he hid it.
When I finally found it he gave me a smug "it's about time" look.
So, in return I made him a hat.
A perfect trade, don't you think?
As you can see below, Jackson believes the hat is better to chew on and bat around then it is to wear.
And all that nonsense really wears a guy out.
He's now settled down for a big nap.
Happy Birthday big guy!!

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