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My life lately: Children


Everyone has been updating their blog and now... it's my turn. To start, I need to back track about a month so here we go! 


A couple days before Chris and I left for the Americas I was asked if I would babysit a nine month old from seven to three. Of course I said yes... That morning I realized I don't want a kid right now. I think I changed my facebook status to "Watched a nine month old for about eight hours.. talk about birth control!" haha Don't get me wrong she adorable but she wanted momma. So she cried and cried and cried some more until finally I gave up and took her to a friends house so she could help me. Yep.. let's just say Chris and I will be waiting for a while!! 


Baby Mateya

Okay I just want to show whoever is reading my blog just how cute the kids are that I get to watch everyday.. 

Jayden Tapia
Keira Tapia



Kai Tapia

Kai again
Taylor Lee
Jack Lee
Brennan and Brooke Smart

Aren't they just the cutest?? I absolutely love them all! So.. since I have so much to catch up on.. I'm just going to start another couple posts. This is my life lately. 

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  1. You and a gaggle of kids. Love it.

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  2. I love that you said . . . before I left te Americas . . . Laie can feel like another country . . . we'll be seeing you soon . . . you better not be babysitting when we are there! We want to monopolize you.

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