Phaedra Parks Has Some Phrases Of Knowledge To Say About Christmas Items

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Before New Year's Eve, Phaedra Parks shared a few words of wisdom with her followers of IG. Check out the cute photo she shared on her social media account.

"As you get older, your Christmas list gets shorter because you can't buy the gifts you want."

Someone said, "I mean, I love this picture, it's very pretty, Pooh! Happy New Year! "And a follower announced the following:" Wow, you look beautiful, and your boys wish you and your beautiful family diva happy holidays. "

One commentator wrote: & # 39; Nice pictures, I wish you were with a real housewife again. ATL is not the same without you. & # 39; Bless you all 😍 & # 39;

An Instagrammer wrote: "Thank you for seeing the boys grow up so nicely."

A fan praised Phaedra and said: & # 39; @phaedraparks this has been so true for the past 7 years I missed my grandmother who died two weeks after the death of my second daughter which was the 21st of this Thanksgiving and Christmas the first time that we couldn't spend the holidays with her "You and the boys look beautiful as always"

Someone else raved about the boys and wrote the following words: "Look at these young men who are lucky that you and your family have such a grateful and humble mother a great vacation."

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At Christmas Phaedra shared a photo with her two sons and wished everyone a Merry Christmas. She was wearing a beautiful dress and looked divine.


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