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My Own Little Runnerd

The Princess turns SIX today. For her birthday, one of the things she wanted the most was this outfit for her American Girl doll :




And this is what her face looked like when she opened it this morning:



Happy Birthday to my own little runnerd!

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  1. That outfit is awesome! So much better than the cheerleader outfit my American Girl Doll had!

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  2. soooo cute!!!!! happy birthday to your lil runnerd :)

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  3. Cutest. Ever.
    Happy. Happy. Birthday!!

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  4. That's outstanding. Your good example is setting her up for life. Happy birthday to your runnerd.

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  5. So cute! My daughter got the same outfit for her doll for Christmas. She loves having her "race"

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  6. Wow that is the cutest thing ever that she wanted that. Love the look on her face.

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  7. Wow, that is too cute! Hope she has a fantastic day! :)

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  8. This is just awesome. Happy daughter bday!

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  9. Love it!! I want to get my daughter an American Girl doll for her birthday :)

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  10. This is awesome but I can't let my daughter see! She is a little Runnerd too! (The other day she asked me how much longer I was going to be on the treadmill because she needed to workout too. lol)Little girls are the best!!!

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  11. that is so cute!! i don't think dolls had cute workout gear when I was little, just crazy high heels and small dresses

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  12. That is so adorable! I didn't even know they had a running outfit for her - so cute! Happy Birthday to your little one! :)

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