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I had to get a new driver's license photo. Yes, I did full hair and makeup for this photo opportunity.  Let's face it, this photo might be on my license for a LOOOOONG time and I want to make it look good. My husband thought I was nuts (by the way, he wouldn't even crack a grin in his photo - he looks angry). In my opinion I think it looks alright.

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05/04/2010 2:56AM
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05/05/2010 3:03AM
were do we find the pic u took from the ms walk on sunday? Thanks
05/05/2010 9:20AM
Hi Elizabeth, Today on the radio you were asking suggestions from mom's who leave their kids in daycare. I had to leave my baby girl in daycare when she was 8 months and it was very difficult in the first couple of months. What helped me though was that my girl enjoyed daycare, she liked playing there and watching other kids. When I used to go and pick her up she was doing fine. That brought peace in me that she is not suffering. Also, daycares teaches them a lot which you are aware since you were in daycare as a kid.
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