Micah had a birthday last week, and we had a fun time with some friends together the weekend after his birthday. On his special day, we all went out as a family to a nearby restaurant. That was a first for us in quite some time. It was nice to all be together on a little outing to celebrate Micah’s day. We are thankful to have lots of sushi restaurants to enjoy in the city.
And we are very thankful for Micah, a great hubby and loving daddy.
Our oldest baby girl, Violet, turned 5 years old on the 23rd of January. She has grown so much in just one short year. She is a good helper, and will usually do it without complaining. She loves her brother and sister, and often pretends to be their mommy. She loves watching princess movies like Rapunzel, Snow White and the The Little Mermaid. Her she is during more of the tense moments during The Little Mermaid.
I should have gotten a picture at the end of the movie, she was very happy they were able to get married and live happily ever after. She is also getting a good imagination, it’s funny to hear the things she comes up with sometimes. She likes making up names for herself and she will pretend to be that person and come and visit me in my house.
We just had a small get together in the evening of her birthday, but she always has lots of fun whenever we have anyone over.
Keith is ready to party!
With our little princess
Her buddy Jasmine
I saw a party popper at the store when I was getting supplies, and it was a good purchase. They definitely make it feel like party! There was so much confetti that flew out of that thing!
Violet requested chocolate cake with chocolate icing. The girl has good taste.
Would you like to bake this cake too? Head over to Katrina’s Kitchen to find the recipe.
Right after we arrived here it was time to celebrate Keira and Katrina’s birthdays. Our friends were gracious enough to invite us over for a little party, even making two cakes. One for each birthday girl.
It was so nice of them to remember their birthdays and it was a great way to make us feel welcome in a new city.