Demi Moore took a walk down memory lane for daughter Rumer Willis's 32nd birthday.
On Sunday, the actress posted a series of old photos on Instagram of herself with her first daughter, whom she shares with ex-husband Bruce Willis, writing, "Words can not do justice to the love, gratitude and joy I have for you. You are a magnificent woman but you will always be my baby… You changed my life and gave it meaning beyond anything I had ever known. Happy Birthday, Rumer Glenn! I love you forever and a day."
The throwback photos included a black-and-white snap of herself with Rumer as a baby, a picture of Rumer as a child in an (honestly enviable) houndstooth coat, and a photo of her in lingerie on the set of the 1996 film Striptease, with Rumer hugging her.
Rumer herself shared a message on Instagram, writing about "one of the most special celebrations of my birth I have ever had."
"I feel more like myself than I ever had, feel more love for myself than I have ever had and so much gratitude for this beautiful place I get to spend this day and the magical and wonderful people I am sharing it with," she wrote, adding that her sister Scout, 29, "made a palace of my usual morning reading nook," while 26-year-old sister Tallulah "had everyone share their hopes and intentions for me this next year."
Last year, Moore and her daughters made an appearance on Jada Pinkett Smith's Red Table Talk, where they discussed their relationships with each other, as well as some of the details in Moore's memoir, Inside Out.
In the book, Moore admitted she struggled mentally and physically in the years following her breakup with ex-husband Ashton Kutcher, which impacted her relationship with her daughters.
"Now, she has a beautiful relationship with all of her daughters," a source told People last year. "Demi feels bad about the years when she wasn’t healthy. She really tries to make up for it now. Her daughters are amazing. Demi is involved in their every day lives. And they are very supportive of Demi. They love that she wrote a memoir."
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