My Daughter, Geneva Rose, Turns 3 Months Old (Cute Picture Warning!)

Cute baby photo warning! My first baby -- daughter Geneva Rose Sambuchino -- turns 3 months old today. She was our precious Halloween arrival, and each day she continues to wow us with her absolute cuteness. Here are some pictures of this little angel growing bigger by the day. I figured I would share them for any readers who love baby pics. (I also posted pictures of her a few days after she was born.) Enjoy!
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My first baby -- daughter Geneva Rose Sambuchino -- turns 3 months old today. She was our precious Halloween arrival, and each day she continues to wow us with her absolute cuteness. Here are some pictures of this little angel growing bigger by the day. I figured I would share them for any readers who love baby pics. (I also posted pictures of her a few days after she was born.) Enjoy!

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World, meet Geneva. Geneva, meet world...

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Geneva at 2 months. Love her expression here.

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Our dog, Graham, getting ready to slobber on Geneva's face.

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Ready for a night on the town.

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Our first official family photo.

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SUPER CUTE.

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The best part of the day is the morning when I wake her up. After her eyes focus and she recognizes me, she always turns into Smiley McSmileFace.

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"Stop poking me. I'm snoozing. zzzzz...."

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