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May 31, 2013 / ljbradburn-Smith

Dear Ellie


You are a wonderful little sister but I would kindly like to request that you stop growing up. I’m not sure how you became a medical miracle by, despite being born 9 years after me, managing to catch up and be 18 at the same time, as me, but somehow you did.

Aside from your annoying tendancy to make me look old I just want you to know that I love you very much and I am extremely proud of you. You have such a big heart, you are beautiful, funny and a wonderfully loyal sister and friend.

Happy 18th Els Bells!

Love you to pieces xxx



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  1. Rosie / Jun 6 2013 9:13 am

    This is such a lovely post 🙂 I feel the same about Cesca, it’s terrifying how quickly she’s growing up! She’ll be able to drive in a couple of years!!!

    Hope you’re well 🙂

    • ljbradburn / Jun 6 2013 5:23 pm

      Arrrr thanks 🙂 It’s scary isn’t it! I wish I had Bernard’s watch sometime 😉 I’m good thanks, hope you are too! I’m still loving your blog 🙂 xxx

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