Sunday, November 01, 2009

{Addy Birthday Party #2}

We finished up Addy's two day birthday with rice krispy treats at preschool and a family party later that night. We are can't believe she is 5...she is thrilled! Things we love about our Miss Addy:

  • All-around girly-ness.
  • Singer and dancer extraordinaire
  • Helping mom cook and clean...(seriously, give the girl a bottle of windex and she'll be happy for hours).
  • Homework happy (she LOVES when her preschool teacher sends home homework)
  • Dress-up Queen
  • Big helper with little brother, Ry
  • Plain happy most of the time (which makes the tantrums, girly drama, attitude, and meltdowns a little easier to swallow).
Happy Birthday Addy!


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