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of course we popped

It's no secret that my favorite photo pose OF ALL TIME is The Pop.

And so it only seemed appropriate for us to pop out of my dad's Christmas kayak on Sunday.
Houston, we have a framer.


Mallory said…
You could not look more like your dad. (Well, unless you were a guy, but you get my point.) I agree, that is a framer.
Fran said…
Your dad looks super happy with that kayak!
Alyx said…
This post has inspired me to be a photo popper, just so you know.
Morgan said…
Niiiiiice! I like the pop too. We don't do it enough at my house though! I will have to rectify that situation.
Baby Sister said…
Lol. I think it's awesome you're continuing the tradition. :) Nice kayak!!
Sarah said…
You know how I love a good popping picture!!

BTW, I misread the title of this post- I thought there were two o's instead of two p's. I think it's safe to say I was slightly shocked at what I thought was going to be the content of this post! ;)
Those photos and pose are too cute!

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