Wednesday, February 03, 2010

happy to you

That's how Anna sings the Happy Birthday song, which we got to do last week at Brooklyn and Katelynn's second birthday party. Laurie did a fantastic job with cute felt garlands, a polka dot cake, fun favors, and delicious kid-friendly food. She is one of the most talented women I know!

I just thought Anna looked so cute in her party dress that I had to share a few pictures. Thanks for the great find, Mom!



I love this little girl's hair!


6 comments:

Laurie said...

Thanks Heather! What a compliment! I'm glad that you guys came and celebrated with us. Anna sure did look adorable! I will get you your picture soon!

gremhog susan.hatch@gmail.com said...

she gets more adorable every time you post a pix. love the hair.

Anonymous said...

She is so cute! So I know you said she (and others her age haha) switch and you never know... but I see her drawing with her left hand ; ) Yay! Go Anna!

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