We only had a few presents for her - I'm all about low expectations :)... but she loved them. I made her second year scrap book (photo book from Shutterfly), and she got a new puzzle. I've had these wrapped and on the table for a few weeks and she's been so good not to bother them. She knew they were presents and I told her she couldn't open them until her birthday. As it approached I would say, "It's almost your birthday!" then she would point at the small pile and say, "Presents!" - so I know she knew they were for her birthday, but she was awesomely patient in not getting to open them. The morning of her birthday she was very happy to finally be able to get them down and rip them open.
|It was morning, night perm for both of us going on in these photos. She actually really loves reading these books all about her, who wouldn't!|
|My brother-in-law Justin made us these shirts for Christmas last year - mine was dirty, so I couldn't join in the multi-colored fun, but I think these two look cute when they match.|
We spent Saturday's conference day with Brett's family and she got completely spoiled by her Grandma Marilyn. Lots of fun toys and a blow-up pool for the summer - we will really enjoy that, I'm sure! But of course, her favorite part of the gift was the huge bag it all came in, and she had to be in it. I think she's part cat - she likes to be in small boxes, bags, buckets, etc.
|She wasn't super excited by the princess pumpkin wagon, but was pretty struck by the Tonka truck - that's my girl!|
|Fishies for the pool!|
|Someone, let the cat out of the bag!|
|A little apprehensive about the candle situation|
Instead of singing the birthday song she wanted us to sing the Winnie the Pooh song the whole time...