Channing and Jenna Dewan Tatum's Daughter Everly Has the Cutest Christmas Wish List Ever

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Channing and Jenna Dewan Tatum's adorable daughter Everly has some very specific requests this Christmas!

Jenna Instagrammed her three-year-old daughter's handwritten wish list on Thursday, and it's every bit as cute as you would expect. The Disney fan -- who dressed up as Belle from Beauty and the Beast this Halloween -- requested Rapunzel and Tiana (from The Princess and the Frog) princess dresses, Elsa Pez (from Frozen), as well as "glitter for the fairies." Other requests include a new swing set, glitter, rainbow glitter, a purple sign, a pink/white/purple sign for the trees, and a purple stop sign.

She also hilariously lists "new rocks and treasures and sea animals" as a "maybe."

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As for her behavior this year, Everly says she's "been mostly good."

Clearly, Jenna's as charmed by her daughter's Christmas list as we all are, captioning the snap, "Priceless."

The Tatums have been busy celebrating the holidays. The family of three went to see The Nutcracker this past Sunday, an extra special outing given both Jenna's professional dancing background and Channing's well-known skills.

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Earlier this month, Jenna opened up about her relationship with Channing, including dishing on how they got together while filming 2006's Step Up. "It was two nights of being weird. We hadn't even kissed," Jenna recalled to Cosmopolitan. "And then he went out partying with a bunch of dancers. His room was right above mine, and he came down drunk with a sombrero on, banging on my door."

"He was like, 'I couldn't stop thinking about you. Let's do this. I just want to be with you,'" she continued. "From that point forward, we were together."

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