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Tag Archives: birthday
Who doesn’t want to spend their birthday at the most magical place on earth? I know it’s my favorite way to celebrate. On June 24, 2014, singer Ariana Grande made Minnie Mouse jealous with a birthday kiss for Mickey Mouse … Continue reading
What better place to take your daughter on her birthday than Disneyland, right? That’s exactly what Jessica Alba thought for her daughter Honor’s sixth birthday. Husband Cash Warren and younger daughter Haven joined the celebration as they posed for a … Continue reading
We almost missed it, and that would have been embarrassing. Today in 1928 Mickey Mouse was created born, and we have all been celebrating ever since! That’s 85 years if you’re still doing the math. Happy birthday, Mickey Mouse! We’ll … Continue reading
I am a child of the 70s, which means the “Mickey Mouse Club” with bright clothes, bellbottoms and velour shirts was my “Mickey Mouse Club.” Among that group was a teenage Lisa Whelchel. She went on to have a short … Continue reading