Sunday, February 13, 2011

My Princess Turns 3

Well it was my little princess's birthday yesterday and it is hard to believe that the last 3 years have gone so quickly.  It was a fantastic day............... first she woke up to open up all of her presents, this included ripping them open with her teeth which was just adorable.  There was a lot of concentration being put into the opening of the presents.  Once they were open they were just thrown aside so the next one could be ripped open.  She seemed to be impressed with all of her presents that included Zhu Zhu pets, a Dora the Explorer bean bag couch, books, a new swim suit (which is gorgeous) and much much more. 

We then went on to have some lunch, and then it was time for cake.  I made Mackenzie a Tinkerbell cake which I think turned out pretty good and the birthday girl seemed pretty impressed with the outcome as well.  The cake was a double layer sponge and it was decorated with whipped cream and buttercream icing.  She was so excited to blow out her candles.  She had been asking me for 2 days before hand where her candles were and if she could blow them out.  She was so excited about finally being able to blow them out that it took her 6 attempts to get the 3 candles out.  Daddy helped her to cut the cake (it was a sharp knife and she wasn't using it without help).  She did such a good job and was so proud of herself.

After the cake was done we went for a drive and took the kids swimming.  They all had a fantastic afternoon.  There was fun had by all that included jumping off the rope swing, going for a walk down the creek, playing in the blow up boat or just swimming in general.  It was the perfect thing to do for Mackenzie's birthday as she absolutely loves the water.

All in all it was a great day and Mackenzie and all of the other kids had heaps of fun.  I am still having trouble believing that it was 3 years ago that I had Mackenzie.  The last 3 years have gone by so fast.

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