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Today my husband celebrates a big, BIG birthday --
and I'm so lucky and thankful to have spent 
the last sixteen years learning about everything that he loves
the last (almost) twelve years learning about everything that I love about him
the last (almost) five years learning with my daughters why we love our Daddy.

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Happy, happy 40th birthday Jon!


  1. So sweet! I know he will love this!

  2. 40 great reasons (and many more) to celebrate a special guy! Happy birthday to Jon. Love ya, Mom

  3. Wonderful list, Michelle. Happy Birthday to your husband. It IS a big day!

  4. Such a sweet tribute! The best is yet to come. :-)

  5. Happy Birthday to Jon! I hope you read the list out loud.

  6. Such a great guy! You are lucky girls to have him. Happy Birthday Jon!

  7. What a great list! I'm sure he will love it and the thought behind it. It sounds like you are all pretty lucky to have each other! Enjoy his special day.

  8. Awe what a great list! Give Jon a happy birthday wish from me! Enjoy the evening together :-) xoxo

  9. This is a great tribute to a true protector (especially meterologically speaking). Happy big birthday to Jon!

  10. Happy Birthday to Jon! He IS very special! What a beautiful list - full of love and family!!

  11. Happy birthday to your hubby!

    My husband will turn 40 next year. I'll have to keep this in mind to pay tribute to him on his special day.


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