Maggie’s Birthday Party

Maggie turns three on May 11 which is also Mother’s Day, so we had her party a week early. All she asked for was a pink and purple unicorn and all the family to come. She had quite a bit of the family at her party and she looked pleased. I guess she wanted all the attention on her which is fair; it was her party.

We had a great weekend and were happy to have an uncle and grandparents come in from out of town and that everyone local was able to make it. We got to finish the weekend with a nice breakfast at a restaurant (AKA giving me a break from cooking) and checking out the new park.

A little pre-party power nap
Putting the candles in her cake by herself
So happy
All her adoring fans
Modeling their new TCU shirts
Modeling Maggie’s new hat
Maggie is 3 and Elise will be 6 in a month, and they both fit in Maggie’s new 5T outfit – if only they could share nicely.

Playing at the Park from Annie McClellan on Vimeo.


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