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Rainy Day Girls

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I've left the snow behind
I’ve left the snow behind
It's still a bit wet for my tastes
It’s still a bit wet for my tastes

Bundle Up Now

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I make this hat look good
I make this hat look good

Maddie Storms New York City Passport Office

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They can’t hide in there forever!

The New York City Passport Office will never be the same after Maddie Danger dropped in on them this morning.

Maddie strolled into the office and announced her presence with authority. It didn’t take long for her to let out a few prolonged shrieks to let people know that Maddie was in the house.

Once Maddie made her mark on the first floor – It was time to move on to the nerve center of the Passport Center – the tenth floor!

We were running short on distractions while Maddie’s fuse was running short.

I tried to keep her corralled at one of the empty workspaces, but suddenly time was up. Maddie put on quite a show, but thankfully it was time to go.

But fear not, here’s a sneak peak of Maddie’s AH-Mazing Passport Photo!

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Hey, Hey We’re the Monkees!!

Maddie Turns Photo Shoot into Jail Break

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I won’t sit in it, but I would be happy to move it for you.

Maddie conjured up her inner-Honey Badger for her first formal holiday shoot. The baby was on the run from start to finish and was quoted as saying, “No prison can hold me!”

 

It’s ironic that Maddie kept trying to run into other family’s photo shoots, but had absolutely no interest in sitting still for her own.

 

Her protests were loud, her fuse was short and attitude was just south of plum loco!

 

The photographer was patient even though Maddie continuously made a break for the exit at the beginning of every shot. To be fair, the studio was about 40 minutes late in taking our pictures and this directly encroached into Maddie’s naptime.

 

When all was said and done, Maddie had some very cute shots. That’s a miracle considering the honey badger spent her afternoon, running, ducking, thrashing and spinning.

 

We’ve already contacted National Geographic and the next time we decide to take pictures, they will send out a wildlife photographer who has experience with dangerous jungle savages like the Mad Madster.

A Day at the Park

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Do I seem out of focus?
It’s nice to meet you – I’m here to help!
Where did you find this shirt?
Is there a foot behind me?
Among other things, I am a quick change artist!