Sunday, January 19, 2014

Happy Birthday, Aubrey!

Little lady is 4!

We made unicorn cookies for her to share with her preschool friends.

The morning of her birthday, she woke up and was so thrilled that it was FINALLY her birthday that she jumped out of bed at 6 am. We went to Lamar's where she picked out a big chocolate donut with Bavarian creme filling. Then a trip to the store to get birthday plates and candles for our party.

Birthday morning smiles.

Yesterday, we celebrated with Eli and the twins, then with Ted and Sue. This is her requested cake - pink with rainbows, glitter and a unicorn. (Oh, and the candles she picked out too).

Birthday card from Aunt Lynette...yes, she LOVES mermaids. She is thrilled to have some new mermaid toys to play with and clothes to wear. 

She enjoyed playing with Eli and the twins.

 Some party food...the aftermath.

Even mermaid hair!

Aubrey's interview this afternoon:
What is your mother's name?    "Mama"
What does your mother do all day?     "She is loving me and do everything and be mad at me."
What is your dad's name?     "Dada."
What does your dad do all day?     "Being mad at Tyler and me."
(What is this about us being mad!?!)
What is your brother's name?     "Tyler"
What is your favorite color?     "Pink and purple."
What is your favorite show?     "Spongebob"
What is your favorite song?     "Rockabye Baby, I love you Mom and Dad, Thank You for everything you do"
What is your favorite thing to play?     "With a lot of toys"
Who are your friends?     "Eli, Jillian, and the twins"
What is your favorite food?   "carrots, cheese crackers, chips, strawberries, blueberries, chicken"
What food don't you like?     "balloons, basketballs, Mommy's glasses"
  No, what real food don't you like?     "stinky food, banana peels"   :)
OK...moving on.

I don't want to forget that she says "suss" instead of "just."
She gives lots of spontaneous tight hugs and says I love You.
There is a song for everything, and probably a dance too.
She still wants a "real" dog or cat and pretends to be both of these sometimes.
She is particular about what she wants to wear down to the underwear.
She knows that Daddy and Mommy don't like certain things, or don't let her do certain things and tries to sneak and ask the other...quietly..."I have a secret Mommy,...can I have chocolate milk for breakfast?"

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