Shameless Self Promotion

 How’s this for shameless self promotion?

I just couldn’t resist!

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  1. Too precious to pass up, right? Ha! Beautiful! Thank you for sharing, Laura.

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  2. I love it Laura!

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  3. Awww! So cute!

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  4. Polilla-Lynn

     /  September 19, 2010

    I think that would be a great poster to start putting up in libraries and such places. Don’t you? :)

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  5. If my day ever comes, can I borrow that baby for my own promotion?

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  6. Promoting reading at an early age…great idea!

    Wendy

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  7. christicorbett

     /  September 19, 2010

    Laura,
    I came to your blog through your comment over on my blog. Really enjoyed your posts, especially the photo!
    Christi Corbett

    http://christicorbett.wordpress.com

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  8. lavenderlines

     /  September 19, 2010

    Ah, so cute!

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  9. Thanks everyone for your comments. She’s pretty darn cute and with our trip into Chapters I simply couldn’t resist. I hope she gets a laugh from it when she’s older.

    Lynn—One pretty cute poster I’d say!

    Wendy—The earlier the better I always say. ;)

    Tricia–I’ll consider lending her, but I can’t make any promises.

    Christi–Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment. I’m partial to the photo but then I’m hardly objective.

    Lavenderlines–Thanks for visiting!

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  10. Hi Laura, looks like we all are into this blog-appearance changing spreee! I have been doing it quite a lot these days too. Good change. I like your new look.
    As for the baby, OMG she is soooooooo sweeeet. Or he? Laura, if you are thinking of promoting your book, the baby’s cuteness takes it away. So it is not afterall, ‘shameless’. :)
    Cheers, Punam

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    • Yes, you’ve been making some changes as well! Your paintings are just lovely! I think I’ve said that before on your blog!

      This little chicken is my grand daughter and I don’t mind sharing the limelight with her. She is pretty darn cute, after all. Besides, I’ll be saving a copy of the book for her when she grows up!

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  11. What a cutie! Looks like she’s enjoying the book.

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  12. Grandkids, the stuff we put them through to sell our books. (Cute kid, granny. Hah!)

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  13. Glenna

     /  September 23, 2010

    Loved it! Always enjoy visiting your blog. Keep up the great job.

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  14. So sweet. Start ‘em young! ;-)

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  15. Awwwww, I love it. :)

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  16. omg – what a cutie!!!!!!

    did your book become a teether?? lol. i’ve actually had to become with my books – at 4 months he’s reaching out and ripping pages!

    and great book trailer – congrats, Laura!

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