“Happy Birthday Selma!” Bleick, who shares 8-year-old son Bear with the actress, wrote in the caption. “Celebrate everything, you deserve it. Super fun eve. Sending lots of love to you.#selmablair @selmablair.”
Blair shared a throwback photo of herself on Tuesday in what appeared to be a trailer on a movie set, writing, "Birthday girl. Thank you all for the birthday wishes. So much love and thank you all very very much. 💋."
On Wednesday, the actress shared a photo of a birthday cake, quoting a line from the Sarah Beth Durst novel The Lost.
"'Things I lost: A stick of chapstick A few quarters One turquoise earring, a gift, My old college roomates’s new phone number My left sandal Mr. Rabbit, my favorite stuffie from my preschool years My way' #SarahBethDurst. #thelost. This book has been a part of me for three years," Blair wrote in the caption. "I was finding my center. My true joy. I got lost again a couple years ago with sickness. I am finding my way back. And so I sometimes consider what I have lost. What you have lost, and I have found. All of the journey."
"I am learning so much. As we all are in this time. I have found so much wisdom, as goofy as I may be, in the chaos by this age. Thank you to all of you here,and in my life out of this image and words… I thank you so profoundly for being by my side and allowing me to be by yours in some way," she continued. "I loved my perfect day. And the flowers I received! My favorite!! What? No candles???? 😂. I will post a couple in stories tomorrow. Les fleurs. Stay safe."
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