This year for her birthday she requested a "Disney's Frozen" cake. But to be a little different from the princess Anna and Elsa we went with the little snowman from the movie instead. Here's her Olaf cake:
|this cake was a lot of fun. The outside is made with KitKat bars that I scored with a fork to make them look like wood. I just love Olaf's little melting friend too.|
|We'd better watch out! If she gets this excited about shoes now what's going to happen when she's a teenager?!|
|I made her an Olaf hooded towel and she loved it! I can see this thing being used for much more than bath time.|
|Emma plays with these magnetic dolls EVERY time we drop her off at preschool. She was so excited to get her very own set. Thanks Grandma and Grandpa Glenn!|
|And look who else came for a visit! This is my adorable niece Alexis. I loved having her and her mommy come stay for awhile! I really hope one day we can live close.|
For Emma's birthday we went to a hockey game for the Silvertips. She still talks about it. I don't think she had a clue what was really going on during the game but that didn't matter. She thought it was the coolest thing to be in a private suite (hosted by Dan's work) where she could wander and eat as many chips, popcorn and goodies as she wished.
|She looks happy now but this girl wasn't much of a fan of the game. Whenever we scored a point the sirens and cheering were very worrisome for her. Luckily Dan's co-workers who shared the suite with us brought some of their kids' soundproof earmuffs.|
|much better. "Huh, what did you say mom? I can't hear you"|
|The cake didn't get eaten as much as I had hoped. So to prevent us from taking the rest home I invited all the teenage boys in the suite next to us to come and eat cake too. It disappeared in a hurry after that.|
Happy Birthday Emma. You are such a sweet little girl and a cherished member of our family. We love you!