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Kiengkham's Korner: daddy's girl

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I love these two so much! They are my favorite two people to take pictures of. Right when my husband gets home he holds her and plays with her until she falls asleep.

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We got away from coupons for sometime. Getting back into it and having a baby is hard. Here is our first haul. Before coupons = $79.15 After = $45.75. The toilet paper was the best deal for $2 each!!

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Homecoming at church. We celebrated 125 years! That is amazing. Haylee finally made it to church this month. She has been doing pretty good! I think she loves hearing the choir! She seems to have this peaceful look when she hears them. Her first time in church photo is on my FB + more photos. Go add me as a friend if you're not!

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After having Haylee my husband and I have lots of conversations about naps, diaper changes, feedings, and all things Haylee. I find it interesting what our pre Haylee conversations were about and now our world has definitely changed. Just sayin!


And if you haven't had enough of Haylee Marie, here are more pictures of this little one that have never been posted. Just because you guys are awesome for coming to the blog. Thank you and thanks to my husband for taking care of a screaming baby right now while I work on this blog!!

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