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Archive for April 8th, 2010

source: officialbrettfavre.com/

Brett Favre, 5x NFC player of the year, 2x NFC champion and (of course) Super Bowl XXXI champion, has another achievement to add to his long list of honors – he is now officially a grandfather!  His 21-year-old daughter, Brittany, gave birth to her baby boy, Parker Brett.

Brett and his wife Deanna posted the following statement on his website:

“Deanna and I are very proud and excited to welcome our new grandson Parker Brett to the Favre family. Parker Brett was born on Friday, April 2, weighing 7 lbs. 7 oz and we’re pleased to say that both Mom, Dad and Parker Brett are healthy and doing great”

Courtesy of EPA/ANDREW GOMBERT

Congratulations to Brett Favre and his daughter for their newest edition to the family!

Plus, it’s a boy!  Cheers to Robin Thicke and Paula Patton’s new baby, Julian Fuego, born on Tuesday, April 6th. Wishing you the best – we know he will be a big bundle of son-shine.

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Sweet Ella having a spa day!

For all you papparazzo mommies, daddies, and parentals out there, we will now post a Darling of the Day every Thursday (well, unless it’s Thanksgiving) on our blog roll instead of the separate tab that was formerly on our blog page.  We hated to see our cuties come and go each day, and want your snapshots to have a more permanent place in our heart (and blog archive).  Spring is in the air and summer is just around the corner.  We would love to see and feature your munchkins each week, whether they are a little one of your own, a friend’s or that cute kid you see on the street!

Here are a few pointers from the snap happy photographers of le·top:

1.  Be spontaneous!  Candids rock, there is nothing like taking an unannounced action shot – It’s a great way to capture a child’s personality.

2.  Looking for that million-dollar smile?  Telling jokes can be a good way to get the perfect unexpected smile.

3.  Get low!  If you find yourself always standing up and shooting downward, get on the floor at their level – experimenting with angles can be fun.

Now snap to it and send us your photos of your wee little babes.

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