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Juliana took some pics over the weekend with her very own camera....


Lookin cute!

Say Cheese Everyone!!!

Cutie Patootie with her bike....

Grandpa and Gramma...

Auntie Barb....

Missy... aka ME ME ME .....

Uncle John...

Gramma took this one for Juliana to show off her new bike Grandpa got her.....

Look at Mama's Baby Boy relaxing in the sun.....

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  1. Oh I LOVE LOVE LOVE Julianna's pictures. What an eye she has. She is rocking that short do. My favorite photo is the last one with the pup.

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  2. She is an adorable little bugger isn't she? And she's loving taking pics and since Gramma and I LOVE to take pics it is even MORE fun... I know other people in the family do too... but you know what I am saying... she loves the ones of her the best... lolol... and yes, my boy Rosco does look awfully handsome doesn't he? My regal baby!

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and away we go....

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