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March 11, 2010

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Aunt LoLo

I have a twin sister. We both have one dimple, on opposite sides of our face. Me? I was always "right". Heh.

Ame

my girls are both right-handed ... i tell them they write with their right hand

Susie

I love that you tell them Mommy is always right!

I always used to tell the right hand is hte one they ate with the hand that you eat with. (strangely they would happily use either had to write with)

mehndi

Nice one... I like it. The way you tell the kids that mom is always right..

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