S: Happy 18th Birthday, Taylor!
1: Taylor Chevonne January 19, 1993
2: I am so blessed that God gave me you as a daughter. I love you so much! - Mom | Mommy's Girl
3: Taylor, If it weren't for you I might not be alive today. When I had my stroke you were the one who called 911. You were my little angel looking out for me. Through the years you have grown up to be a beautiful girl, a great performer in dance and theater, and a wonderful person inside. I know you will go far in all that you try to accomplish in life. I am so glad that I am your Dad. You will always be "Daddy's Girl"! Love You, Dad | Daddy's Girl
4: 100% PURE TAYLOR
6: Our Favorite Memories of You. . . | My favorite memory is our making cookies for Christmas in 2009. What fun we had. Taylor, you had flour all over yourself (I think Boy Taylor and Nick helped with that!). We went through a whole 5 lb. bag of flour that day! We had a great time of sharing and having fun. We enjoyed making cookies this year as well, but that first year was special and I will never forget the fun we all had that year. —Mamaw Atteberry | There was the time we first played hide and seek in drama class and Taylor got me to hide in a cabinet and we managed to get Taylor on the top shelf... it took Mr. Longest 20 minutes to find me and 30 to find her. —Shelby Lewis | Taylor and I have been best friends since we were 7 years old. We met at Invitation to Dance Studio and I loved dancing with her all of those years! Taylor is one of the funniest and down to earth people I know. Very genuine! —Megan Roberson
7: I loved getting to play the Kralahome with you as Anna. It was a blast and I will never forget it! I also liked when we got "married" during the Christmas show and it also meant a lot when you showed up the night I got my Eagle. Thanks Taylor you've given me many fond memories! —David Kane | Chevonne, Where do I start?! I love you to death. I remember the first time we ever hung out.. it seemed as though we had known each other forever. I'll never forget Mr. Burres' class.. I know you won't either! We always had so much fun. Truth is.. we've had far too many memories for me to just pick out one. You were my best friend, and you always will be. No matter how far apart we are, I promise you that. I love you girl! Happy 18th!! Love, Slim :))
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10: You are my sister and we haven't gotten along all the time. But I know we have become closer to each other. You are always there for me and I love you so much. I don't say it often, but I really do. You are nice, generous, you give me rides to Libby's house and you are an all around great sister. When we were playing guesstures and you kept farting on everyone and we were just having a great time haha. I hope we have a lot more times like that. I Love you Taylor. | If Leo doesn't work out, there's always Justin! And if Justin doesn't work out - there's always Taylor! Here is some advice. This happened to a man once. "Every day on my birthday I get heartburn whenever I eat the cake.” The doctor said, "Then don't eat the candles!"
11: I love you today Always will Ask me in 30 years I'll love you still | I think the funniest memory I have was at my bridal shower when you started talking like Blanche to your dad on the phone. It caught me so off guard ! Right then, I knew that I would love being your stepmom - and I do! You are an amazing young lady and I am so glad that God gave me the chance to be a part of your life. I love you with all my heart! - Momma T
14: First of all, Happy 18th Birthday, Taylor!!! From the first time I met you until the last time I saw you, you have grown from the skinny little girl with braces to a young lady with so much charm and talent, that we give God all the credit for what he is molding you to become. Your outcome will be exciting! When your dad asked Kirstie to marry him, I am glad that you and your brothers were part of the package deal. Although we don't get to see you as often as we would like, you crack us up with your crazy sense of humor as well as your facial expressions. Just be careful that your eyes don't get "stuck" that way! Your acting and singing have developed tremendously in the few short years that we have been coming to your plays and musicals.Keep up the good work and you will go far. If that is the direction that you choose to go. From the silliness of all that goes with making Christmas cookies with Mamaw Joy to the more casual / serious side of doing a traditional yearly family picture (and getting upset with your siblings), it is a pleasure to take photos of someone so photogenic. Have a great rest of your senior year; walkin His footsteps and follow Him all the days of your life. - John Atteberry
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