Soooo cute! My little one just turned 3 and I have the same issue!
she is absolutely beautiful! Even with the "cheese" face!
We call it the pain face at our house. It only went away when he lost his first tooth and then the strain was to show the gap in his teeth. It is a much better look, but I could be saying that just because I was so tired of the "pain face"
She's so adorable! At least she smiles for you. My niece is going through this phase right now where she doesn't want to take pictures at all.
Aw! I love that cheesy smile. Too cute!
Awww, Lil' Moo is just darling. I still love JenTraub's comment about the dreaded cheese face on her site. *Note to self* Teach the twitters to look solemn and mutter Eeyore under their breath when the camera comes out.
Do what I do say, "Stop saying cheese and show me your pretty teeth". Or try, "give me a happy face". She's so precious.
Aww she is so cute!
Maggie is Beautiful!!I just wanted to pop in & tell you how much I love your blog. I have followed you & your families story since Allie was first diagnosed. You see we both have a Special Angels in Heaven. I lost my firstborn baby girl Anna. Your strength has inspired me & I want to tell you that you are an amazing woman & mother. I have enjoyed your humor, cryed with you & been a quiet supporter through reading your blog weekly. Thank You & Keep Up the Good Work :-)
Um, well, maybe if momma stops putting a camera in her face....oh, well, I guess you can't do that because she's TOO FREAKING CUTE!!!!I just want to 'schwantch' her!!!Love, J
The third picture is a spiting image of Allie. She is adorable.
Look at her beautiful hair! So cute! Have her say coyote and pronounce every syllable, it works every time!!
She just has the most beautiful face in the world!Both of our kids do that all the time too. Now I try to sneak up on them to get decent photos.Good luck!PS wishing you thin thoughts as you continue to lose.
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