three years old never looked so fun.

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Until next year…..happy birthday, Ev!

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6 Responses to three years old never looked so fun.

  1. Melissa says:

    That pretty much looks like a blast! And hooray for fuss free yet fun birthday celebrations 🙂
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  2. Christine says:

    Growing up, my birthday “parties” were always like this: small and fun and never too much pressure! I was allowed to invite the number of friends that was the same as the age I was turning–aka three friends when I turned three, six friends when I turned six. I think it was probably way more fun–for me AND my mom–than these blow-out themed affairs. Looks like he had the MOST FUN, so I think you’re on the right track!!!
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  3. Christina says:

    These are great! You got so many good ones! And we’re totally stealing this kind of an idea for Benjamin’s birthday this year 🙂

  4. Paulette says:

    We had so much fun too! We enjoyed seeing Everett and his friends play and laugh together! Such a fun age.

    Love,
    Grandma & Papa

  5. Angela says:

    Looks like you ALL had such a blast! 🙂
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