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jean_f35

Well done! I suppose as the girls get older a barrier can be added for privacy...

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Jilliana Kenmore

I'm forever fascinated my Japanese design and architecture, and how they make things just "so" in the most creative ways. Really well done.

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maggieandluna

So creative!

   

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