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Baby S is now two months old! D has been pretty adamant about NOT buying any clothes for her. So aside from a few garage sale finds and a dress Casdok sent, she's been dressing like a boy. Now I have a whole tote of clothes from my local friendly pharmacist! Yayyy... She took pity on me, I guess, and has been very generous. Only problem is, the girl is a little WIDE for many of the clothes. You don't think she's ... you know... chubby or anything, do you? Must be that all the clothes have somehow shrunk.

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  1. How ADORABLE is she? Before I came over I was just wondering how she was doing! Such a treat...all dolled up in her girly girl dress. xoxo

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  2. Hmmm, plus-size baby? Ah well, being chunky doesn't matter when you're a baby, it only adds to your overall beauty.

    You really have a knack for taking amusing kid photos, I'll say that much. Not the typical pose and smile routine.

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  3. I think she is gorgeous!! :)

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  4. she is lovely and well rounded and gorgeous...

    cheers kim xxx

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  5. Like Jess was...I'm sure she'll lose the rolls once she gets mobile!

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  6. 2months!!!!! She is totally adorable, just right in fact. There is nothing like a lovely chubby bubba... NOTHING!!! I get clucky just looking at her... dammit! I do not need to be getting clucky! I already have my 8, that's ENOUGH.

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  7. She's perfect. What a cutie- makes me want to reach through the screen and give her a smooshy hug!

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