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    People Are Freaking Out About This Tiny Baby Dressed As A Naughty Leprechaun

    He will steal your heart. And probably all of your gold, too. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Utah dad Alan Lawrence has been creating amazing photo projects for years. This time, he's turned his six-month-old son Rockwell into a mischievous little leprechaun and my uterus is honestly freaking out.

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    Beginning with "Wil Can Fly", Lawrence has used his skills as a photographer and graphic designer to add a magical element to his family's life.

    The web-designing dad-of-six has no shortage of creativity or children to collaborate with. This time, St. Paddy's Day got the Lawrence family treatment.

    Alan Lawrence / Via thatdadblog.com

    According to Bored Panda, "Rockwell’s mom made his costume, and then Alan...placed his mini-model in various naughty scenarios before editing the photographs later. Even the family dog got involved! Although, fortunately for him, the green paint was added in Photoshop."

    The leprechaun's older brother Wil (famous for possessing the gift of flight) even makes an appearance as the naughty leprechaun's tailor.

    Alan Lawrence / Via Thatdadblog.com

    This little guy is always up to no good.

    Alan Lawrence / Via Thatdadblog.com

    He's working endlessly to grow his forces.

    Alan Lawrence / Via thatdadblog.com

    ...And he's shockingly strong.

    Alan Lawrence / Via thatdadblog.com

    Be afraid, people of earth. Rock the leprechaun is fiercely protective of his gold.

    "I think he's worried about the kids getting into his gold when he's napping. I didn't have the heart to tell him that they're just chocolates," Lawrence captioned the photo on Instagram.

    Alan Lawrence / Via thatdadblog.com

    One things for sure though: #RockTheLeprechaun has some super fierce home design instincts.

    Alan Lawrence / Via thatdadblog.com

    To see more of the Lawrence family's antics, check out his blog, Instagram, and Facebook.

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