I have to say that it was pretty fun to throw a theme birthday party that even the adults could participate in a little bit. After all, it's not every day that grown ups get to wear a mustache, a plastic sheriff's badge and a cheap, kid's cowboy hat while sitting atop a pile of fresh hay. LOL. On that note, I think this post concludes Daisy's 2nd birthday party pictures. YEAH!
I kid you not since my little girl turned two her vocabulary has taken off like a rocket. Really, it's incredible. Take our prayer two nights ago when she was laying in her crib for example: Me: "Daisy will you pray with mommy please?" Daisy: "mmmhmm" (pacifier in mouth) rolls on to her back and gives me her hands to pray. Me: "Let's thank Jesus for Daddy and Mommy." Daisy: "yep." Me: "Thank you Jesus for my Aunties and thank you Jesus for"...(Daisy interrupts me, let's go of my hands and proceeds to roll back over onto her stomach) Daisy: "Night Night Mommy. Bye Bye." Evidently she was done and wanted to go to sleep! I had to run out of the room because I could hardly contain my fits of laughter!!! Not so incredible when my 2 year old tells me tonight in reference to not wanting a spanking, "you can't do it mommy," while shaking her finger at me Wow!!
Oh my children are a riot aren't they. I hope you all have had a wonderful weekend! We are supposed to get our family pictures done tomorrow but, they are also calling for thunderstorms all day so we'll see how it turns out. Hoping for the best!
(L to R: My hubby, his sister Jessica, his brother Jeremy y yo) We all agree that Jeremy pulls of the stash best;).
The bike that Uncle Jeremy surprised Daisy with at the very end of her present time was definitely the hit of the day. She sat on that thing mesmerized with her mouth gaping open in awe for about ten minutes! It was pretty dang cute if I do say so. She still doesn't quite know how to pedal but, we are working on it:).
This picture made me laugh. Mom and Dad are picture ready but, little cowboy isn't quite so sure...LOL
Oh my goodness I can't tell you how much I adore these two pictures. It's kinda a big deal for little ones to learn how to blow out a candle and I am so proud of Daisy for trying. The look of concentration and then the puff face is just priceless!!