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If You Can't Laugh at Yourself...


Who can you laugh at?!

Warning...all my weird goofiness is on display in full Mama force!!

Prepare yourself...






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  1. I am still dying over here! That is hysterical!

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  2. LMBO!!!! Too funny... you girls look like those people in that movie.. oh gosh I cant remember the name of it... ahhh hold on let me think. The incredibles maybe!?!? I think that is it!

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  3. bah ah ahahaha thats my very odd laugh and I am laughing with you *wink*

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  4. HAHAHAHA!!!! That is hilarious. I loved hearing your daughter laugh at you...so FUN!! How did you do that??

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  5. LMBO! Your daughter is such a good sport! How did you do that???

    BTW, had you been drinking? ;-) JUST KIDDING!

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  6. That is great! Haha I'm still laughing! I actually made my very first vlog today, it must be a Wednesday thing?

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  7. You're crazy. I love how much fun your daughter was having with it all. Hilarious.

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  8. Hilarious! I keep thinking about it and just laughing! Such a fun mom!
    Kristin

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  9. Laughed so hard I snorted! Thanks M :) And Miss E is adorable even when she is distorted :)
    btw--way to go! 801 Followers! Congrats Mama M!

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  10. That is a hoot! How on earth did you do that? Loved it! And the accent is great!

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  11. My son (6) thinks that was "So funny! Funnay funnay funnay. Dat is one funnay lady!"

    I'd say you get two thumbs way WAY up from Bug (who is, by the way, much more influential than any other reviewer out there - so not kidding...)

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  12. ...little teeny ____. Love it! The kiss was my favorite!

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  13. omg too sweet! loved it! :) she looks just like you!! so pretty!!

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  14. Dying. I was dying. Tears rolling down my cheeks type of laughter. Thanks for sharing! :-)

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  15. That was absolutley hystercial. Your daughter's laugh is contagious

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  16. my daughter is now running around say "MES TINY NOSE"

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  17. How on earth did you do that?!? My kids are laughing hysterically!

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  18. I just want to say thank you. i thought my children were asleep until they heard you and they came running. this was hilarious how in the world did u do it

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  19. You are a hoot! What a funny video! Thanks for sharing your goofiness..and your daughter's laugh is precious!

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  20. that was hilarious! my 3 year old loved it!

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  21. HAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA That was so funny! I so needed that today :) Thank you so much. You have no idea how bad I needed that laugh

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  22. Oh wow that was just two funny. Thank you for sharing that. =)

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  23. Wow that is hilarious! I don't know what made me smile more...the hilarity of however you did this, or how you made your little girl laugh! This was great!

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  24. uffda that was FUNNY!!!!! Thanks for posting that!

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  25. Hahahahahahaha that is so dang funny. You are a hoot! how in the world did you do that? thanks for sharing. :)

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  26. That is hilarious. I loved hearing your daughter laugh at you...so FUN!!
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