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DINNER FOR TWO


My sadness over Erick working on our family day turned into a spontaneous quick bite to eat.  I feel sheepish for complaining so much today... he just goes and does amazing things like this.  Goodness!

I love this man more than anything.

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  1. Beautiful. I love that he takes photos of you and that he likes having his photo taken too:)

    Spontaneous is always the best. xx

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  2. I love it too! (Though by the looks I usually give him on camera, he would say that I didn't!) It's funny having two photographers in the house. Our poor baby, she will either love or hate the camera when she's old enough to realize what's going on... haha. :) x

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  3. um that pizza is making my mouth water!

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  4. YOur photos are quite amazing! I love the creativity behind them, lovely!

    What you said was sweet too;)

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  5. Aw what a sweet heart <3 you both are gorgeous and I love your images.

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  6. so glad you have such a sweet other half. that is just wonderful. and in regards to your triplet "brain picking" remarks, feel free! that's what traveling triplets is all about :) we answer questions in our friday vlogs so you are free to ask away (www.travelingtriplets.com)!

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  7. i was born in chicago, both my parents grew up in chicago as well as my grandparents. i just want to say that pizza looks so good...i have lots of memories tied into chicago pizza.

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  8. I think I need that pizza.

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  9. Awe, this made me smile. I think I'm often hard on my man too sometimes. I can't wait until the weather here is good enough to eat on a patio! I was still wearing a winter sweater last week!

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