I know this is a bit Maggie overload, but that's be honest, that is what this blog has turned into, and can you really have too much Maggie? I think not. Even though she won't really remember it, I really wanted to make this day special for her. We went to the pet store, ate lunch with some friends, made a mess with the water tray, and enjoyed the outdoors. She had all her favorites for meals: pancakes, drinkable veggies, and mac-n-cheese. We ended the day with presents and cake.
Took birthday/Easter photos a few days before
The hat that I worked so hard on lasted about 0.7 seconds on her head. Go figure.
Driving right into the action
Not too bad as far as messy goes. Foreshadow of her future teenage room?!?!
Loved the gifts from Grandma and Grandpa Matthews-especially having the soccer ball thrown at her face. I feel abusive for doing it, but it makes her laugh.
Baby doll from Grammy and Grandpa Price. She was more interested in the bottle than the baby-not ready for a baby sister. Hopefully she will warm up to the idea.
We gave Maggie a piano. She has always loved music. We hope that it will stay with her as she gets older.