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I caved and decided to do a vlog

I've been seeing a few mommy and daddy bloggers doing vlogs. I'm not a huge fan of being on the lens side of a camera, let alone a video camera. But I sucked it up and I'm posting a vlog. Enjoy.

A little warning I was handholding my 7D and it's a bit shakey and let's say the focus is soft for artistic reasons.

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  1. Awesome! I can't believe Miloh is 3 months old already!

    And it's totally fun listening to a voice versus reading it.

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  2. Nicely done, sir. Just when I thought I was out, you pulled me back in.

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  3. I love that he slobbered all over his hand after the Palin question...perhaps it left a bad taste in his mouth? LOL He is too cute!

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  4. I love that he slobbered all over his hand after the Palin question...perhaps it left a bad taste in his mouth? LOL He is too cute!

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  5. Ha! I would say that he is one of the cutest little boys I've ever seen! I really liked his answer about Palin. I couldn't agree anymore with him!

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  6. PS anonymous is Me. Kristi. I have no clue why it showed up that way.

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  7. Love it, love it, love it. Especially the soft focus. Super sweet.

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  8. I love his answer to "Is Desmond a reincarnation of Jacob?" He gives a look like: pssssh, puh-lease...

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  9. I love that mommy had to step in and save the day. It's so fun to hear your voice, rather than read it.

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  10. It's not a green m&m, but I think that was green frosting on his nose...

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  11. you little man -
    he is SO cute.
    now I'm missing my little man's baby days.

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  12. congrats - this is the only vlog i've EVER watched in its entirety. you win nothing, but i thought i'd share. oh, and miloh is fantastically adorable. hugs.

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  13. It's not a green m&m, but I think that was green frosting on his nose...

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  14. Love it, love it, love it. Especially the soft focus. Super sweet.

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