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Happy First Birthday to our Little Max (and a peek at the new downtown Kirkland studio space!)

I cannot believe it’s been a year since we’ve welcomed this spunky little man into our family.  What a blur of baby snuggles and mile stones it has been.  I am loving this age- the wobbly steps, the first words (and first opinions!), the giggles, and the constant discovery.  I could watch him explore all day.  Everything is new, and magnificent, and an exhilarating adventure through his little eyes.  And watching these two brothers play- it warms my heart like nothing else to see that friendship growing.  I am slightly nostalgic for those newborn baby cuddles, and I dread the day those baby cankles disappear, but I am so excited to watch you continue to grow, and learn, and be whoever your wonderful self will be.

Happy First Birthday to our sweet, curious, adventurous Max.  We love you to the moon and back.

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And here is the reason this past year has felt like a blink of an eye:Baby's First year- picture of baby each month with blabla doll by Kristen Honeycutt Photo Co.

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November 26, 2013 - 5:29 pm Amy - May I ask where the raccoon doll came from? It is adorable!

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