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Amos & Easter Dirt

Amos & Easter Dirt

Saturday, April 15, 2017 Adrian Wood Comments (0)

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My name is Amos.
Easter means dirt and eggs and my mommy.
Did you know I can say Mommy?
I can.
I learned today.
Mommy.
I learned it from my sister's new baby alive.
My mom said it was the best Easter present ever.
I mean, my Mommy.
Happy Easter!
I'm off to the beach.
Love,
Amos

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