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:: Relax, take it easy.. ::

Only a few weeks to go, and I'm passed the crazy shopping sprees and sassy heels. But we're counting down the weeks and days and hopefully I won't go too nuts waiting :)
Talk to ya soon!

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  1. Hey!

    I Love ur blog, I´ve been a fan since like for ever! Plz wouldnt U consider starting doing some stuf for the new sims when its released?

    Take care!

    Ps. And Congratulations on your baby!

    /MCP Forever!

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  2. Hey there, and welcome to the 80's me! :) I'm so glad you found your way here!

    Actually I can not wait for Sims 3 and I am definatly gonna start designing a Miss Cutiepie fashion line for them as well! :)

    Thank you so much for all your kind words and please welcome back soon!
    XOXO

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