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CJ said…
oh my goodness these are AH!-mazing pics!!!
Breanna said…
Oh my gosh! I can't believe he is going to be 2! What a sweetie - and great pics Mama!
Anonymous said…
So Cute!! At times it seems like the days of tantrums, diaper changes and such will never end...but cherish this time because you will blink your eyes and Henry will be off to high school!!
Crazy how he looks so much like Morgan!
Anonymous said…
Nicole..that above comment was from me...Aunt Jen...not sure why my name is in code!
Lindsay said…
Oh that sweet face!!!!!! He's so precious. Can't believe how quickly 2 is approaching -- I feel like I was just reading about Henry's 1st birthday!
Buffy said…
Love love love love LOVE these!!
Sarah said…
Love the photos and his cute little sweater! It's crazy that our babies are already (almost) 2! Insane!
Chelley N said…
Those are beautiful photos, and your subject is pretty cute, too :-). No really, his eyes are just mesmerizing! Love the sweater, too!
You did great with the pictures - I love them and love the very simple backgrounds that make his face really pop! :) Definitely frameworthy!

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