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Happy Birthday to my baby!

Liv is officially five. If you believe the hype her parents are feeding her - she's on the fast track to improved behavior and no more tantrums. She is allowed to sit on the table, but just for this photo!
It does seem a tad redundant to the DH that we're giving gift bags to kids who are also getting a new Build-a-Bear or Doll. I went with a summer theme and no little junky stuff. Notice that I differentiated between junky and junque, lol! Target has these adorable little clay pots & tins with seed kits. Add bubbles, gum, an ice cream bowl & spoon, seed packets and I think it'll all look charming on the table.

She invited a few neighbor kiddos. The family party with Vincey, Caitlin & grandparents will be on Saturday.

Happy Birthday my baby girl!

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Happy Birthday to your lovely girl! I just love your blog--I've decided I'm going to go back and read the whole thing!
Cheryl
The Apron Queen said…
Couldn't stay away for S&T Sunday! Missed the button challenge, so decided to show off my vintage buttons! You can go right over here.

For your daily dose of vintage goodness & a bit of silliness, stop by Confessions of an Apron Queen, the home of Vintage Thingies Thursdays.

PS Happy b-day
Happy Birthday to your Baby!...and what a great idea for gift bags!
Hugs,
Robin
Hope the party went well Kelley! What a sweetie she is. :) I LOVE build a bear, my son has the monkey and can't sleep without him. lol

Great to see you today! Someday we should meet for coffee or something. Heather :)))

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