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Rose likes to take whatever you're using. Then she will give it back. You're supposed to then hand it back to her. Such a strange kid! WHO taught her to share? I don't think it was her brothers.


  1. She is a beautiful baby!!!
    I think she should have what ever she wants.

  2. Ha ha! I know how that is! Oh man. Share? What's that?

  3. Okay, I'll tell you what I'm studying. I just didn't want to say on my site. I'm studying Palonol. Basically Tylonol. It's been used for years and years everywhere else but in the U.S. In fact, my friends here in the study have used in all growing up. But to be placed in the U.S., it has to go through this study process. :)

  4. what a sweetie :)

    perhaps females are just better people? lol

  5. Wonder how much longer she will want to share? lol She is adorable!

  6. Oh, she is adorable! She is definitely a girlie, isn't she? This baby sharing is just the beginning of her conversations with mom. We girls just love to share words, you know.

  7. I love this picture of her! So sweet! Jess doesn't want it to give it back...she wants to hide it somewhere...

  8. She is much cute in person.

    -- D

  9. Please don't worry. I am quite sure that this is a normal developmental stage. Soon, sooner than you would like, she will demand her own and stop sharing just like her brothers. And, you will be able to use your encouraging words, prayers and sometimes pleadings to move her back to this wonderful stage of life.

    She it too cute in this photo!

  10. She is a cutie.

    I've been reading back over your recent posts, and Mrs. C, I must tell you that your work with your children is so impressive. Just awesome, really.

    Happy New Year to you and your entire brood!

  11. That's hilarious! [smile]


  12. I just left you an award on my blog! Come pick up your bling!

  13. What a cutie. She has the face of a sharer - sweet, gentle, kind.


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