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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

The LLL Slumber Party

I hardly ever get a chance to take great nursing lying down photos. A LLL slumber party is a great opportunity. So here is Lauren and Ruby.
And Natacha and Michael. I lovethe eye-to-eye contact and all the white...
(It should be on the cover of a book.)
...and the cotton and the smile.

I didn't get to stay all night because my big boy John was crying for me to
come back to my room.

7 comments:

Lauren said...

What beautiful pictures of mother and son! Tach looks so happy, comfortable, relaxed with Michael at the breast.

I had a nice time bonding with everybody who attended the conference! If I could sum the weekend up in one word- it was SISTERHOOD!

Trish Chibas said...

I must admit I am a little jealous! I'm definitely going next year. These pictures are beautiful. Great job!

Christy ~ Munch75 said...

Beautiful pictures ... love em! :)

Natacha said...

Awwwwww...... I love these pictures!! Lauren you def got it right, with your one word summary!
Perfect way to say it!!!

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The Cooking Lady said...

I love the cloth diapers as well. I loved when my children were in their cloth diapers, they were so cozy and soft, none of that plastic rustling around.

Wife to the Rockstar said...

Beautiful photos!

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