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Until Prince Charming Comes Along...

...Superman will have to do!
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  1. My son is the say way.... they stuff he takes to bed. I wonder how they sleep at night.

    Have a great week!

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  2. Oh how cute! My son loves his stuffed animals. But because he's in the top bunk, I limit the number in his bed. I'm always afraid, he's going to roll off :o)

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  3. Omgosh, that's priceless! What a cute pic!

    Happy WW!

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  4. Too funny. I guess Superman is her Prince Charming - lol!

    My daughter has a lot of stuffed animals, etc. too.

    Happy WW - TFS

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  5. That is freaking awesome!! She will love that when she is older.

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  6. Just precious !
    Have a very blessed Wednesday !

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  7. SMILE And we can be sure that this "Superman" will never break her heart.

    This is the first time I have stopped to think of a day when someone might break her heart... and of what I might break for him if he does! (jUST KIDDING! jUST KIDDING! ....maybe)

    After all, I am "the Nana".

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  8. That is funny. She reminds me of my daughter. My daughter always has to be surrounded by stuffed animals when she goes to bed. I hope her prince charming comes soon.

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  9. That is so adorable. How comfy does that look.

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  10. That is a cute picture, how does she get any sleep with all those friends in her bed....lol I was the same way.

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  11. Ah..so sweet. Isn't it precious to see our children being just that...children.

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  12. LOL, that doesnt even look comfortable! My kids are getting pretty attached to some of thier buddies too.

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  13. HILARIOUS - love this one!!!!!!!

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  14. LOL! She is not going to like that picture in a few more years. But it's cute!

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  15. I love this! Have a great weekend!

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