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How we celebrated.

How we celebrated her day.

It was fun to get everything ready for a little birthday breakfast the night before.  We put balloons in her room to wake up to.  
My expectations: wake up to daughter in monitor squealing in delight when she sees balloons.  Reality:  She kind of noticed they were there.



The number balloons are HUGE.  Holy cow.  It barely fits in the doorway. 
{Party City, btw...thanks, Mayumi!}


Birthday pancakes. No need to blow out the candles before eating.


Absolute delight when singing Happy Birthday to her.  That was fun.  I love her smile in that picture.  She also really liked these milk bottles {Shop Sweet Lulu} to drink from.  So did her shirt.


Spent some time with my dad and the chickens.  "I wike chickens," she told him.
Then, opening gifts.  She was a little confused whether it was Christmas or her birthday.  She also requested to watch "Elmo Saves Christmas."  And we did.  Because it was her birthday, and because you will never have to convince me to watch a Christmas movie.  Her favorite gift:  A really loud pull-along plastic phone (not the one below) she picked out at Target.  I just stepped on it...it's really loud.  But she loves it.


Then we got ready and went to dinner and ate one of her favorite foods...spaghetti.  She ate a lot of it.  To the point where we had to take it away.


And then, the celebration continued into today.  Cupcakes at daycare.  And my favorite...her carrying her balloons absolutely everywhere she goes.



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  1. Sounds like a great (PINK!) birthday for a sweet girl :-) ~Katie

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