Absolutely too cute for words. Thanks to Greg Gladman for this beautiful portrait.
Greg Gladman, Flickr
We pretty much covet this hairstyle. What a sweet little tot, Jeymatt!
Making a wish for summer to never end. Thanks to nkpix for this charming shot.
Just on the water's edge. Thanks to Annacdotes for the lovely photo.
Looks like this one is mesmerized by the waves. Thanks to AndreAnnaRose for this beautiful portrait.
I'm a (baby) celebrity, get me out of here! Thanks to lishahs for this cutie patootie.
What a perfect reflection. Thanks to Lemon-Drop for this lovely shot.
According to this precious expert, pink pacifiers rule! Thanks to Jokin Sukuntza for this darling photo.
The hair, the dimple, the smile! We can't get enough of this adorable tot. Thanks to redfox1 for this great shot.
How can anyone say no to those eyes? Thanks to alenzisaad for this beautiful portrait.
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