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Nadine

And for the love of God, when are you going to learn to use the toilet other than for throwing my make-up brushes into?
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Lisa, I just about fell off my chair when I read that one!

My son decided to pour my most expensive perfume into the toilet when he was that age. It sure smelled good, I'll give him that!

Happy Birthday, MIA!

Sain't Christopher

Happy Birthday, Mia.

Now, for a gift, I assume you smoke "lights".

T

From one Gemini to another--Happy Birthday Mia. Oh--and Lisa, my nearly-two year old son also enjoys throwing things into the toilet. Thankfully it's usually something of his--a toy, sock or hat.

Beth Miller

Happy belated birthday Mia.
I've seen a pic of you and you are adorable!
Here's to many more glorious birthdays!

Martin

Could she (Mia)be a little cuter? I'm guessing the pictures I scanned tonight for Lisa will bring an end to that question forever. LOL.

I'm so proud of my girls! I love my wife so much and my daughter just as much but with a humbleness I have never known. Lisa is the beauty of my dreams with the intelligence and poise and grace that I could only imagine as a mere mortal man.

Mia is so beautiful, there the words fail me. I have no words to express how I feel about my wonderful, sweet, and beautiful "Daddy's girl" of a daughter.

Jesus Christ himself would have to endure a background check and body cavity search before he gets any where near my little angel in the years to come! :D

- M

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