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February 10, 2017

Five Minutes with Her Toothbrush

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It’s been a while since I blogged a 5-minute-project – but Christmas break means time to work on my own projects and that usually translates into sharing a few photos of my own kiddos with you!

Be honest, you probably don’t spend 5 minutes with your toothbrush do you? But miss Geneva does. In fact, she’ll spend 30 minutes brushing her teeth – three times a day – if I let her!

Here’s just five minutes of her little hygiene routine.


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