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Birthdays, Balloons, & Little Miss Campbell

28 Oct

She is as delicate as a flower, with the spirit of a race-horse.  She’s taught those around her more about life in 8 short years, than most have the privilege of learning in a lifetime.  Joyful and loving, with a side of sass (she’s a true diva in her own right!), Campbell is one of the most endearing little girls I have ever met.

Campbell’s photo shoot went smashingly!  She performed like a champ and directed like a diva, knowing just where she wanted to walk and exactly how she liked to pose.

Those close to Campbell’s mother jokingly call her Coco (Um, you know.  Coco Chanel.).  Classic black.  Layers of pearls.  And a splash of Chanel.  That’s her style.  But really that’s not at all a fair comparison.  She carries herself with more grace and class than Coco could ever dream of. She provides unconditional love to her family. Is the strength when all around her gives way.  She is selfless.  She is loyal.

Little Miss Campbell, I pray you have the most blessed 8-year birthday bash a girl could have.  You are precious beyond words.  Much love.