Not a state of mind, but a destination.
I could barely tell they were all your children. It looks like you just randomly plucked kids out of your neighborhood park. I'm pretty that would be a crime, though, and you're not the "criminal type", so they must be your kids. Weird they look so different. BAH! Who am I kidding?? If I didn't know better, I'd think you were raising an army of clone warriors skilled in the art of clothes-changing and rice-spilling! But alas, they really are just a bunch of cutie-pies, aren't they. I love it when itty bitty babies smile:) I want one. Can I just have yours? It seems as though you've gotten her through all the really rough patches, so I'll just take over from here, ok? You can mail her to:Mama and Papa Sage4303 York StreetHarrisburg, PA 17111I'd suggest sending her Priority, or maybe even expedited shipping. She's precious cargo. And send bows, too, you know I don't have any of that crap laying around. And while you're at it, go ahead and ship Miles to Sara. I hear she's bored, and that her children aren't wild enough for her, so she could probably use another little speedster running around the house:)I kid, I kid... but seriously. Mail her. Now.
Apparently, Lyss, Anna's not willing to share until Sophie is 13, and then she'll gladly ship her off to one or another of us thanks to Sara's recent Taylor stories. Sara, you need to post some of those Taylor stories just so I can be really really glad that this one's another boy.Anna, the Korean genetic cloning team has nothing on you and Chase...
I was convinced that Miles was Cam! Throw in a shot of Chase and the look is complete. How is it possible that the Kilgore genes are not more prevalent? Sophie is crazy cute. I'd love to have Miles, he'd just blend in and he'd probably go back to Texas saying Mom, I promise I will be good, no more shananigans from me, please just never send me back there.
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