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"The Princess Fairy Bride Diva" that is...

- M


Adorable Princess!


Go Mia! I, too, am a princess in Chucks. Happy Birthday! ~LA


Happy Birthday Mia!

Lisa, she is still adorable. You guys are doing great with her.


Happy Birthday Mia! I was thinking it was June 7, but I think I keep thinking that because that's when we first saw her. She's growing up so fast! The outfit is adorable. I say we all start dressing as fairy princesses, I mean why the fuck not? Hmm, maybe because fairy princesses don't talk that way.


Lisa, your daughter is GORGEOUS! What a cutie pie! This is my first time on your blog since we met @ the writer's group, but I promise to look on it more (and I oughta send you stuff I wrote at fifteen/sixteen-oh my God where's the paper shredder??). Have a great day! :)


I had to laugh about the Chuck Taylor high tops comment. Remember when combat boots were all the rage with Madonnaesque bustiers and chiffon skirts? She's got the knack, I tell ya!


Aw. Happy Birthday, little one!


How can it be that she is already five years old?! What a gorgeous little costume. She is such a pretty girl.

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