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We spent the entire weekend at the pool and the little man woke up this morning and wanted to know if he can go again tonight! Looks like mommie will be finally getting a tan after being pastey white for four years. I think he's part fish because he literally spent 5 hours in the pool Saturday. Once he was fed, he balled up on the bed and was out in about 2 minutes.

We finally had to leave the pool yesterday because it started pouring. We walk to our pool because it is so close. We'd started back when it began drizzling, then got stuck in a downpour under a tree. We decided to make a run/walk for it and got absolutely drenched in the process. I thought it was actually pretty fun, but hubs was shouting words I was glad I couldn't hear the whole way and the little guy said, "Mommie, this is the first day ever I don't like rain."
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  1. You take the cutest pictures! So glad y'all had fun at the pool!

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  2. How cute!! Looks like so much fun :)

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  3. you must have a GREAT camera. Your pictures are so clear. What a great way to spend the weekend!!

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  4. So fun! I love the one of him coming down the slide. The previous post with the Adirondack chairs is fantastic too. For the record, I'd much rather look at pictures of cute kids than Brad and Angie any day. ;) They don't thrill me at all, but the joy in your son's face makes me so happy, he seems like he must be such a sweet kid. Keep enjoying!

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  5. Love the pics! Can't wait until it is warm enough here to take Reagan to the pool!

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  6. Love that! The photos are awesome.

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  7. Those pictures are so clear! I want to be in a pool now! Glad y'all had fun!

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