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02/06/2012

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How did I miss that you were a Canuck fan. As a long-time fan (since they entered the NHL, even having a season ticket for 10 years), I love that Baby Girl might be coming home in that outfit!

WOOT WOOT! Baby Girl's wardrobe is complete. ;-)
There is so much Canucks baby stuff available now. You'll have to school her on your fave guy, Daniel.....Or MayRay. Either are good choices!!

hehe, got to start them young :-)

OMG! So cute!!!
(Go Avs!)

and so it begins..fyi, when Little Girl is 5-6 she can be a mini-mite...in the wink of a young girl's eye....trust me on that

I am smiling and proud that little ensemble made your page... xoxoxo
Go Canucks Go!

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