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Tuesday, Jul 29, 2014 - Canvassed | Art & culture

Babies at Comic-Con

You're never too young to enjoy San Diego's biggest weekend

By Susan Myrland
Kayla, 3, and her father William Miyamoto A tiny Predator. Kayla, 3, and her father William Miyamoto.
- Photos by Susan Myrland

Lights. Bright colors. Sound. Movement. And to top it off, a comfy Supergirl onesie with matching necklace.

What more could you want at an early developmental stage?

Comic-Con is full of happy babies. They’re cruising the Gaslamp District, showing off their cosplay, watching video games or getting a quick snack in the Convention Center’s lone nursing room. They are the event’s littlest attendees, yet they have the stamina of prosup to a point.

Sit back and enjoy the cuteness. 

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