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the eric update - day 639: o.k. i guess maybe it's time for some bigger toys.

but we're still definitely not in the market for this monstrosity.

i'm not exactly sure why but this photo seems to accentuate that there's very little "babyness" left and odin really is a Big Boy getting ready to take on the world.

he always wants to be outside running around so i think it's going to be a very active summer.

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4/05/2006 07:31:00 PM 1 comments

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What an awesome photo! There doesn't seem to be much toddling left in your toddler's step :) Such a cute little man!

By Blogger LynAnne, at 12:56 AM  

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