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Pinnable Me Friday: A Parent's Promise

I’m linking up with Stefanie from Paw Prints and Pastry Bags again this week for Pinnable Me Friday!

For me, this just says it all! This is exactly the kind of parent I strive to be. I'm seriously thinking about ordering one of these and putting it in Walker's room. He can't quite read it yet, but it will be ever-present in his mind. Too much?

Nah...

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  1. I LOVE it!!! I already sent it to Ryan....

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  2. Love it! A perfect promise.

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  3. I love this! I wish someone would make a billboard for it!

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  4. Hello "A Southern Accent"

    I just wanted to let you know that I will be doing a limited edition of silkscreen prints soon and they will be available on Etsy soon. Check my website or blog for more info. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I just discovered your lovely blog. I'm just new into blogging this year & have put together a daily blog on design, fashion, food, travel and anything pretty.
    http://scrapbook-melissah.blogspot.com/
    I had a lot of fun putting it together maybe you would like to check it out if you have a spare minute.
    x
    Melissah

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  6. I'm not a parent yet, but I could not love this more! If only we could get kids to understand it a bit sooner, then it would be easier for everyone!

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  7. It's up to the parents to keep the promise!

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  8. Love, love it!! Hey girl, do you mind if I post this on my site if I link to you?? I just think it's adorable & genius! Lmk! Thx!!
    Stephanie at www.SouthernMomentum.com

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