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  1. Cute!!!
    I asked this same question on my family blog a year ago: Question: How do you know he's the third kid?
    Answer: When he starts licking soda off the ground, mom grabs the camera instead of picking up.
    LOL!!!
    http://stier-family.blogspot.com/2008/06/fun-weekend.html

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  2. she is too cute! Ellie picked a huge clump of hair off the broom and stuck it in her mouth. I fished it all out and went about my day. a bit of nasty germs never hurt anybody ;)

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  3. definitely! but why the heck is she dressed so darn cute out in the wilderness??? (as opposed to my trashy little campers)

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  4. Yes, you know it's your third kid when you see them give the dog a lick of their lollipop and then stick it back in their mouth. Instead of taking the lollipop away, you say to yourself, "Isn't that nice that they're sharing?"

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  5. Isn't that just the way it is? :D

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  7. How cute is she! Those cheeks! Love it!

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  8. She is a little doll - love those cheeks!!

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  9. Your little dumpling is just delish!!!

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  10. She is so cute Julie!! And she looks darling on the stump! :)

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  11. so cute!

    My answer: When he still don't know how to tie his shoes entering third grade, cause you forgot to teach him! (and there are so many slip on and velcro options--and quick and easy are primary shoe-values!).

    By the way, I think he has it now...just before third grade!

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  12. Great picture!!!

    My 3rd child put some dirt in her mouth at the park and my dad freaked out-- I told him she'll learn!

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  13. She is so cute.

    I don't think the third child in our family is any different from the 1st or 2nd. All my nephews eat dirt, hehe.

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  14. When my first born was old enough to eat dry Cheerios, we put them in a cup. If she dropped some on the floor, we said "icky" and threw them out. When our second child came along, we put her Cheerios in a cup, but when they fell on the floor we picked them up and put them back in the cup. When the triplets burst onto the scene, I threw out the cups and simply put their Cheerios in a little pile on the floor and told them to enjoy. Have I set them up for years of therapy ahead???

    I wonder what will happen when it is time for the triplets to learn to drive..."Here are the car keys girls. Go see what you can do." LOL!

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  15. Oh I could just sqeeze that little cutie patootie...amazing how when you have more then one child you just don't sweat the little stuff any longer..my little sister was so protective of her first one..wash your hands etc..and the second one..not so much..you have a cute little baby who is very photogenic..;)

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  16. Well done, Mom!

    You have no idea how bad I want to take pictures of that baby chub.

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  17. haha! SO true!!! Actually, in my family, you know your the third child because there are hardly any pictures of you by yourself... group photos are so much easier!

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  18. Too funny! She looks as happy as can be!

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  19. Oh she is so cute sitting in the wilderness:) My baby brother was my model and still is when I was in highschool 10 years ago for my photography class. He would pose and do anything I asked. I have my favorite picture of him framed in my living room of him holding a stick and smiling in his footed jammies in my moms front yard. Have a happy Wednesday!!! And good luck moving and packing. Praying all goes well.
    ~Molly P

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  20. Yikes...I do things like that with our first! How bad am I going to be with a third???

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  21. Awww so cute! I am like this with my first though! Everyone thought I'd be super overprotective of him but they are surprised to see me now. I think if he had been a girl, it'd be different. But my expectations for a boy were set before he was born and I told myself: it's a boy, a little dirt won't hurt. LOL @ all the comments!!!!

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  22. Such a cutie!

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  23. Cute!
    And so, so true. We have at least two or three "third child syndrome" related incidents a day!

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  24. Amen sista!

    Wait til #4 comes.

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  25. Been there, done that. Great photo.

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  26. LOL! Too cute! Things are definitely with the 3rd! And my 3rd has that same dress!

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