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Back to Blogging-and Baby GreenBean!

Baby GreenBean is now a month old and I'm finally getting into more a routine, so I'm back to blogging! I'll be posting here and there and hopefully get back to a regular posting schedule soon.

Thank you all for sticking with me through my blogging break. Now enjoy some adorable photos of Baby GreenBean:




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  1. So cute! What could be better than a baby sleeping peacefully on a stack of books?

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  2. OMG, your baby is so cute! Of course we understand you wanting to take a break. Enjoy your baby. It goes so fast (says a mom with a junior in high school).

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  3. If I had been blogging when I had children, it would have been YEARS before I got back to it after their births. Whatever you can do will be plenty.

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  4. That is just the cutest-est picture ever!!! And a cute baby in general!

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  5. That is SO adorable. Thank you for sharing. Congratulations to you all!

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  6. Lovely photos, fitting for your son... lol... books and all. He is beautiful!

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  7. Isn't it the greatest thing ever?! He is just darling. Boys are very fun to raise!

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  8. Your son is absolutely adorable! I'm glad you will be posting more to your blog again, although I completely understand Baby Green Bean comes first. I've missed your blog posts.

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  9. Again: He is so cute!
    I totally understand why he sleeps so well on those books. They are just so dreamy :)

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