It has been so fun to see Jeremiah and Payton play together. Payton has always been awesome with her little brother, but now he is able to interact with her more. I thought this picture of them sitting together was so adorable. It took longer for Jeremiah to sit up than some thought it should, so it has been so nice to have him sit up and play. Payton thinks it’s great. I am excited for the day they can play together even more and fight even more.
Tracy Dee Whitt
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