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It’s no surprise that kids across the globe love The Bigger Photo and its amazing features.
So it’s not a surprise that the kids of the United States also love The New York Times Best Seller, which is why we decided to share its first ever article, a look at what it’s like to go through a preschool day.
As part of the ongoing coverage of the book’s release, we’re giving you a first look at some of its most memorable scenes, including a scene from the book in which the baby in the middle of the crib screams “Mommy!
The book is so beautiful, and so real, that we wanted to share some of those scenes with you.
The story begins with a child who looks and sounds exactly like the mother.
The mother is a single mom who lives in Brooklyn, New York.
She has two kids, ages 7 and 9, and she has a job that allows her to care for them.
The child lives with her mom and dad, and when they visit, they sometimes stay over in the backyard.
The mom goes to the grocery store to pick up a few things to buy.
After picking out some essentials, the mother takes her kids to a nearby park where she goes to take a hike.
The mom then gets out of the car and walks back to the house.
She then turns around and walks into the living room where she sits down with her kids, all the while watching TV and playing with them.
The mother then sits down again and takes her son and daughter into the kitchen.
She takes the kids to the playroom where she holds her son in her arms while she talks to him.
Then she walks back into the house to bring the family dinner.
At the end of dinner, the mom returns to the living space and asks the kids for their attention.
She says, “I’m going to take my camera to the playground.”
As the kids look at her and ask what she’s doing, the camera flashes as she looks at them and says, in a deep voice, “Take your picture with the camera.”
After taking a picture, the moms kids then walk out into the backyard to sit around a picnic table with their father.
The dad comes out of his house to see what’s going on.
He walks over and asks his daughter, “Mom, what’s up?”
The mom responds, “Nothing.”
The dad looks at her quizzically and then says, “(I thought you were) going to bring some pictures home?”
The dad then asks her if she wants to take some pictures, and the mom replies, “Sure.”
The mom goes over to her son’s table, and then she says to him, “Here you go.
You’re going to put the picture up in the morning.
You get the picture, you go.”
The dad takes the picture with his phone.
The kids look up at him, and he says, (to the mom) “I love you.”
The kids are delighted, and look over at the mom as they look back at him.
She smiles, and they nod.
The moms children then start laughing.
Then, the father takes the photo again, and this time the kids are excited.
Then the father walks out and the kids all laugh.
The father then smiles and walks out of home.
The parents kids then take their pictures again, this time with the kids’ parents.
The parents are thrilled.
The baby in their arms is smiling and laughing.
The little boy is smiling.
The boy is the one who was crying.
The older boy is also smiling.
They’re all laughing and giggling.
The kids are happy.
They have a great time.
Then the parents are talking.
The babies are looking at the adults.
The adults are smiling.
Suddenly, one of them says, to the others, “That’s my dad.”
The adults laugh.
And the baby is laughing.
The adults all start laughing too.
The kid then says to his parents, “Dad, you’re really funny.”
The parents all look at each other.
One of the parents looks at his son.
The one who looked at his daughter said, “Hey, Dad, you should probably introduce me to your mom.”
The mom smiles and replies, (I love her).
The mom is smiling, and looks at the baby, smiling, laughing.
She looks at him with great admiration.
The parent says, smiling as well, “We’re so lucky to have a mom like that.
She’s a great mom.”
The mother then looks back at the kid, smiling.
She turns around to go back to her parents.
She puts the baby down, smiles, looks at dad, smiles again, smiles.
The other kids laugh, too.
Suddenly, the kids see that mom has brought her camera with her. Mom is