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Facial Expressions!

Callie has just started smiling this week! She doesn't smile often but we know that is to come - right now we now have smiles that are no longer caused by gas :-) The smiles always seem to come at the perfect times too - Callie and I wake up about the same time Preston leaves work and this morning, he gave her a kiss as she was waking up and she broke out in a huge smile. Great way to start the day!

I have tried to get a shot of a smile but this is all I could get (a bit of a cocky half smile)

She also has this super, adorable frown that comes right before she is about to cry - I know she probably doesn't appreciate me smiling at that facial expression, but I truly can't help it. I haven't taken a picture of it, I figured that would probably be wrong (who takes picture of a crying baby!)


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