Wednesday, March 24, 2010

March 24, 2004

Today the we celebrated the girls 6th birthday. 

It started by picking them up from school with a little bouquet of carnations from Daddy.  Then he took them to Red Robin and to see the movie Diary of a Whimpy Kid.  (They showed all the funny parts in the previews.  So they did not really like it)!

While they were gone I got busy decorating!  We had Grammy over for dinner.  Tacos.  Mmmmm.  We even splurged for Root Beer in the bottle and fancy Strawberry drinks! 

They just BEGGED to open gifts.  We are horrible to make them wait all day.  I think it's more annoying to Jason and I than anybody.  We may change that next year! 

I hope you enjoy the pictures of the day!

Happy Birthday Natalie and Taylor!  We are the luckiest parents in the world to have you as daughters. 





At this point Graden helped me make the cake.  He is such a helper! 

Click here to see the girls open their Cricut!


7 SAY WHAT??????????????????:

Laura said...

SIX? Wow, it doesn't seem possible. What a fun birthday you planned for them. They're the sweetest things ever. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!

Leah said...

I tried wishing them Happy Birthday on FB but my comment wouldn't go through... so Happy Birthday girls!! Jace will soon be six too and it's so crazy! Can you believe how fast its gone by?! Looks like they had a great day!

Claire said...

Happy birthday big girls! You are a great Momma.

Collett Family said...

They are so cute together. What a great dad they have! It looks like they had a lot of fun. Happy Birthday girls!

Tonya said...

Yay! Happy birthday girls! I can't believe they're already 6, I remember them wandering around sucking their thumbs at our wedding back in 2005. Cuties!

Cherie said...

Awww How fun! Happy Birthday to your sweet little princesses!

Mark and Lachelle said...

Holy cow! Their momma spoiled them! :) They're lucky to have such a wonderful mommy and daddy! Happy b-day girlies!!

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