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  • One minute you’re super pregnant, and the next time you check, your newborn is already growing so fast. Like any other parent, Anne Curtis is torn between wanting her baby to stay tiny but also excited to see her little one grow up.

    Dahlia Amelié celebrated her third-month milestone on Wednesday, June 3. Anne marked this fantastic feat by quoting one of her and husband Erwan Heussaff’s favorires books to read to their daughter.

    The book is one written by Marianne Richmond, and it’s entitled If I Could Keep You Little. A few lines from the book read: “If I could keep you little, I’d keep you close to me. But then I’d miss you growing into who you’re meant to be.”

    “I feel like time is moving slowly yet so fast at the same time,” the first-time mama wrote. “So much has changed. She’s not a little newborn anymore,” she added.


    “Thank you, my Little Dahlia Amelié, for being our ray of sunshine during these stormy times. We love you!” Anne wrote.

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    The first-time dad, Erwan, Dahlia Amelié’s official photographer, took the photo, which was in line with her milestone’s previous themes. The little girl lay on a white background with flowers arranged into a number three next to her.

    Look how big Dahlia Amelié has grown!
    PHOTO BY screenshot from @erwan/Instagram Stories

    Anne, the creative director, set designer, and Dahlia’s stylist, chose a red dress with a navy blue cardigan with matching booties and headband.

    The actress admitted she already misses her daughter being in the newborn stage. But at the same time, Anne is also “very much in love” seeing Dahlia Amelié learn and discover the world around her

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    She shared that her daughter is now curiously looking at her hands, perhaps wondering what she’s capable of. We know from dad Erwan’s Instagram Stories that Dahlia Amelia is starting to put her hands in her mouth.

    Dahlia Amelié is also very talkative, engaging in conversations with her mama and papa. Her ‘words’ are really just gibberish sounds for now, but you can already feel she loves it.


    She also had her taste of the outdoors! We're looking forward to seeing more milestones!

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