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Firstborn's Birthday

Sallnessnessnoss 

24 today - Where have those years gone?!

We are delighted to say she is still as lovely as ever & we feel very lucky to have produced such a beautiful girlie... No idea how we did it!

Happy Birthday Sweet Buddy!

Lots of love, hugs, snugs & cuds.

Momwah & Poppaloppa
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Comments

Kath said…
Happy birthday, lovely girl! xx
just Gai said…
Yesterday it was us. Today it's you. It's birthdays all round. Happy birthday Sally!
Molly said…
Aw, happy birthday to Sal! I can tell how much you love her, which is just so wonderful. :)
Catherine said…
I hope your beautiful daughter had a terrific birthday and that you two had a good holiday below! ;)
xo Catherine
Happy Birthday to your lovely daughter!

Just catching up with your posts. Glad you had a lovely time with Kath!

Mr Sft loved your blog post about Jack D!

Sft x
The Smiths said…
Thanks Kath - we won't be seeing her until Wednesday, which will be nice!

Kay :)
The Smiths said…
Thanks Gai!

Kay :)
The Smiths said…
Thanks Molly - we do, she's such a sweetie!

Kay :)
The Smiths said…
Thanks Catherine - she worked until after 9pm, so she's celebrating tomorrow... And fitting in her old Ma & Pa next week!

We had a lovely time away!

Kay :)
The Smiths said…
Thanks Sft - we had a lovely time!

Jack was a rather expensive holiday treat!

Kay :)

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