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Happy Birthday to Mia!! Sorry I missed you at the zoo! I hear you were there!


Happy Birthday Mia! She is truly just too adorable for words. Even I can't believe it's been two years! It seems like just a couple of months ago she was five days old and you, Jen and I stayed up all that night talking, it was 5 am before we knew it. It's hard to imagine she was ever so teeny tiny!


Happy Birthday, Miss Mia! And she IS most definitely the cutest kid I've ever seen. Here's to a long life and giving your parents all the gray hairs their heads can hold!


Happy birthday Mia! I can't wait to meet you and nibble those little cheeks!

It's bittersweet, isn't it? Parenting AND adoption. I also find myself thinking of H more and more around Molly's birthday.


Happy Birthday Mia :-)

Sain't Christopher

Happy Birthday, beautiful baby girl! 19 more years and I'll buy you a bottle of wine.



I share in the birthday good wishes to Mia, though I am afraid I am a bit belated. Happy Birthday Mia!

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