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Lily Turns Two!
Lily turned two years old on Thursday.
(Look at that crazy hair; I just can't get it under control!)
Out came the "happy birthday banner"
And a host of presents
I made a breakfast of strawberries and toast with jam, all cut into heart shapes. (We had had a very sweet breakfast casserole the morning before, so I didn't want to do anything too sweet.)
Lily loved it!
Then she opened one present (even though she kept insisting she didn't want to)
But she got pretty sparkly princess shoes to wear that day.
She also got this dress... (photographed under protest) which I made from this skirt:
(the other pink skirt/dress refashion is still in the works)
That night her aunt, uncle, and cousins came over for pizza and cupcakes.
Afterwards we opened the rest of our presents, which included new coloring books, DVDs, and puzzles.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LILY!
Saturday, March 06, 2010
I love the picture of her gobbling up her pancakes! She is so adorable!!
March 6, 2010 at 9:41 PM
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