Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Double Trouble

Is twice as fun! Right, boys?

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17 comments:

  1. Fun series of pics - those two are totally photogenic!

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  2. OMG, those two! Miss Charlene must have had her paws full!

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  3. There's just something about those Drapers!

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  4. Imagine the torturous choices poor little Gordon (?) had! Which is more entertaining....the fun kitty toy on the chair or Perry's tail and paw??

    Sigh...such a warm fuzzy around my heart when I visit the IBKC

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  5. Aw... great pics! Love those Draper boys!

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  6. Warm fuzzy moments abound here :D

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  7. Squeeeee!!! The cuteness of these pics is mind blowing!

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  8. It's probably a good thing for the adopters of the Drapers that the two boys didn't go together.. I could just see these two when the Christmas tree went up. It's probably not a whole lot better with the pairs that did go out together, but dang.. These two would have been a handful!

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  9. Kodiak and Kenai's MomDecember 2, 2009 at 2:30 PM

    Seriously, your house needs to be featured in a Home Magazine. I don't know if I enjoy looking at the kitties more, or the little bits and pieces I can see of your decorating, furniture, fabrics and color choices in the background of the photos. O.K., I probably wouldn't come to your site just to look at your house, but it certainly comes in a close second to the itty bitties.

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  10. Love that tablecloth. It compliments the boys' coloring so nicely!

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  11. Our cat-acquisition motto has always been, "Get two so they can play together." This series of photos is a perfect demonstration of the results of that theory. What fun!

    And I totally agree w/K+K's Mom. It's a real treat to get glimpses of Butterbean Bungalow. As I recall, a while back Laurie gave an interview to another blogger, and some photos were included. Wish I could remember the details.

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  12. THank you K and K!

    Lynda,, it was on Design Sponge..

    http://www.designspongeonline.com/2008/02/sneak-peek-laurie-cinotto.html

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  13. Ditto on the yummy house comments, and I was waiting to see if the tablecloth went awry at the end of the series!

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  14. Dear Laurie,

    I never saw the article before but after perusing the gorgeous shots of your house, all I could think of was:

    Pottery collection: Millie planter

    Trees: Georgette and Miranda playground

    Squeee!!! Lottie!

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  15. I miss the Drapers so badly, especially the boys and Millie :(

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