Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Happy Birthday to you



...Happy Birthday to you
Happy birth-day deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeear Nadie
Happy birthday toooooooooooooooooooo you

my baby is 26 today

and a ps: those curls are natural!!

15 comments:

Rose Red said...

Happy Birthday Nadie! (red really suits you!)

Caity said...

Awwww! Hippo Birdie, Gorgeous Girl!

crazyhaberdasher / knittingbee said...

Happy Birthday Nadie! Hope you had a fantastic day!

Mia said...

Beautiful birthday girl ya got there :)

Jane said...

And I can see traces of her lovely Mum in that beautiful face.

I am sulking because I posted something wooly for Mrs Wooly stitches and you did not even notice.
So I tag you....go to blog to find the rules.
http://five-minutes-of-fame.blogspot.com/
and it was my birthday today also.

Tan said...

Now there's a project that turned out really well! Happy birthday, Nadie!

Alice said...

A very HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Nadie. I hope this will be a great year for you.

My baby (Sara) turned 25 on 9th Feb.

Sara said...

And, a very Happy Birthday to your beautiful baby! My they do grow up so darn fast...my baby will be 32 in June...

TinkingBell said...

derfinitely a project that's a keeper!! Happy birthday (and for knitters, Hippo Birdy 2 ewe!!)

Sooziii said...

...... and what a beautiful woman your baby has grown into!

Happy Birthday!!!


BTW - I have tagged you on my blog

Sheepish Annie said...

Happy Birthday, Nadie! What an amazing picture. You do your mama proud!!

Lindi said...

Happy Birthday to a very beautiful young woman!

Kristin said...

I just celebrated my 26th birthday too! Your daughter is incredibly beautiful and I love those curls - she's very blessed! :)

I also wanted to let you know that I'm having a valentines giveaway over on my blog if you wanted to check it out :)

Tanya Brown said...

I am late with this comment ... quick to read, slow to respond. Your daughter is beautiful, her face arresting. She has a timeless quality which reminds me of some of the paintings recovered from Pompei.

catsmum said...

Well yes Tania, I can see the resemblance.
and regardless of what Jane thinks, I really only served as incubator for this one - none of my English/Scots/Irish genes there at all