She loves tea parties and purses but here is another aspect of her personality...
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
This one turned 2 last week! Holy cuteness. Check out those curls.
We had a pinata. It was R's idea.
Look at how nice they are picking up the candy to share.
L's specialty is cleaning up. She loves to put lego back in the container.
Check out her new dolly and her princess shoes.
Her lovely butterfly cake by Auntie N and Uncle G as always.
I had a few pieces. How do they make it so yummy but not too sweet?
I have no idea but it was yummy.
This was the pin the handle on the tea cup.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Princess L turned 2 this weekend. It has been busy. She actually started acting like a two year old not that long ago, yikes. She chats up a storm ("Bye Mummy. Have fun!"), repeats everything she hears, and has developed a curious emotional streak (hormones already?). She is lovely and I plan to do a little Birthday post, but I haven't even downloaded those pictures. You can go to Auntie L's blog here to see her pictures of the day.
On to today's topic. Miss L has never had a haircut. She was pretty much bald for the first year so it just never came up. Then a few weeks before Easter we agreed it was finally time. So the boys went off to Nana and Grandad's and the 3 of us were off to the mall. The boys had their first haircuts at Sparky's Cuts for Kids. It is a bit too much for the boys bi-monthly haircuts but it is perfect for a first haircut treat.
She got to pick any seat she wanted and we ended up in... Lightning McQueen. Yep, she's got big brothers.The whole process was short and sweet as a trim for a girl takes a lot less than a full haircut for a boy. She watched Diego on TV and sat perfectly without the tasty bribes required by the boys in order to stay still.
Here are those curly locks before the trim....
The side view before...
We can still make piggy tails, and it goes cute and curly after the bath with just a barrette in the bangs. What a big girl.