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By Danielle |

It has been a long week and it is only Wednesday. But I have done what I have continued to promise myself recently… take lots of pictures to document the little things.

The tiny memories that make you fall in love with your children all over again.

The other night my Benjamin cuddled up next to me on the couch, put his head on my shoulder and then said “Mommy, I like you. No, Mommy, I love you!”

It made my heart melt and gave me that refreshing feeling of being recharged. My mom stress-o-meter went from full to empty in a split second.

These little pictures are going to enable me to remember these tiny moments that without any other documentation may be lost in the space of motherhood.

They are also random updates in our toddler’s lives. Like any other mother, I can look to them when I am calling for an S.O.S … like in my search for La La Loopsy’s. Yes, those dolls!  All the kids are obsessed. Anyone else? Tell me I am not the only toddler mom out searching the toy stores and Target shelves looking for the missing link to our small collection?

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Two Toddlers, One Week, Lots of Pictures

Friday Surgery

Friday my poor little Benjamin had some dental work done. We got up about three hours earlier than normal and headed to the hospital. Poor baby had such bad nerves he threw up all over himself as we pulled into the parking garage. Overall it wasn't as bad as our older son was two weeks ago, but it is something I never want to go through again. EVER!

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