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LOOK: Cute Baby Slideshow! Thank You So Much For The Photos!

KHQ.COM - Babies. Is there anything cuter than a baby? We don't think so. Somehow, amidst their crying, pooping, spilling, falling, breaking things, drooling, laughing, frowning, burping, tooting and all the other things babies do...babies still manage to put a smile on anyone's face.

We want pictures of your baby...or pictures of you when you were a baby to add to our KHQ.COM slideshow! Send us the cutest picture you've got and we will add it to our website.

Smiling and laughing is vital for the good health of all and what better way to induce a giggle or two than to look at pictures of babies.

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