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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Chloe Turned 5!

Our little princess turned 5, well that is clear back in July. One day I will be updated with my blogging. Working night shifts works quit well for blogging. Chloe's party theme was Fabulous Five. She wanted every thing fancy. We ordered a cute cake and was walking out of the store with it. Tyson was getting mad So I leaned a bit with the box in my hand and off course the cake flipped and landed on the ground. The nicest workers at macey's fixed the cake for me. I was so sad. But is still looked okay.

She was so excited for her birthday.

Don't you adore her expressions.

The cake that got smashed when I dropped it in the store.

At 5 Chloe:

Loves Barbies

Love Movies

Wants to pick out her clothes to wear

Wants mom to do her hair curly

Love princess' She loves dressing like all the disney princess.

She adores her brother.


Jaci said...

She is a diva! Love your party skills Jess! You are a great mom!

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