Jamie Lynn Spears’ Oldest Daughter Maddie Celebrates 12th Birthday: ‘The Sweetest Sister, Baddest Baller’
Happy Birthday Maddie!
Jamie Lynn Spears celebrated her eldest daughter's birthday on Friday with a tribute to Instagram.
"HAPPY 12TH BIRTHDAY to the cutest sister, the baddest shooter and the best daughter in the world? ♥ ️? ♥ ️?" Wrote the 29-year-old Spears in the caption for a series of photos.
The post included a cute video of the family singing "Happy Birthday" to the teen and showing Maddie how she was preparing to blow out the candles on her baseball cake.
When the group ends the song, Spears' daughter Ivey, 2, starts crying - and Maddie pushes the cake out of the way to comfort her little sister.
Maddie's milestone comes shortly after her mother reported about her ATV accident in 2017.
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This year, Maddie's ATV tipped into a pond on the family property in Louisiana and left the then 8-year-old underwater for a few minutes before the first responders could save her.
Spears told Maria Menounos last month that after the accident she "felt everything you can feel, I think, to the worst".
"There is nothing worse than looking at your child and just feeling like you have failed," Spears said. "And I didn't want her to think I couldn't save her."
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"I'm worried now. What else can I screw up or do wrong that will be so terrible? Nothing. There is nothing," said the Zoey 101 actress. "God gave me the blessing to give my daughter back to me. I lost her and I got her back."
"So I can't make excuses. I've got the best and greatest blessings you can get," she said. "I mustn't waste a day on this earth complaining or being ungrateful."
In February, Maddie injured her arm in an "accident" during the break, Spears said on Instagram at the time.
"This keeps us busy, no matter what the occasion ... little accident at today's break, but nothing too serious," wrote the mother of two children in the caption for a photo of Maddie wrapped around her arm by one kept practice.
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