Two minutes ago.
July 22, 2013

    -  Okay, Charlotte.  Here’s how the rest of the day is going to go.  We’re going to clean the bathroom right now.  Then we’ll get you bathed and wash your hair.  Then it’s naptime and after nap we’ll brush Hank because he’s a big shedding disaster.  Maybe we’ll fold the dishtowels if we have time.  And this evening when Daddy comes home we’ll take your birthday cupcakes to Grandma and Grandpa’s house to share after your birthday dinner.  Sound good?

    -  WHOA WHOA WHOA!  Momma!  Don’t forget we have to read books and play!

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  1. By on July 22, 2013

    Happy Birthday Charlotte! i celebrated over the weekend and thought of you! :)

  2. By Sarah Christensen on July 22, 2013

    Happy birthday to you too Jen! =)  I hope you enjoyed your celebration as much as Charlotte enjoyed hers!

  3. By momiss on July 23, 2013

    Happy Happy Birthday to Charlotte!

  4. By Sarah Christensen on July 24, 2013

    Thanks, Momiss!  She had a happy one =)

  5. By Lynda M O on July 29, 2013

    Another birthday already ?~! Where are the years going, she asks from her spot near the heater…

    Happy Happy Little One.

  6. By Sarah Christensen on July 29, 2013

    Lynda - I KNOW!  I need to finish her birthday letter and write about it.  Time just slips away from me so quickly with two, it’s amazing =)

    But yeah, Charlotte turned 4 on the 20th.  She really loved it.  She asked us for a party with cake and a bounce house.  It was everything she wanted.  I wish I could bottle up the joy in her eyes when she saw the bounce house arrive!  She sat on the porch and just watched completely enthralled as it got set up and then there was no holding her back for the next six hours of bouncing fun lol.

    Then she stopped for the cake - she couldn’t wait to show it off because she and Donald made it together and she got to put on all the sprinkles herself - and then was back to bouncing.

    I can’t believe she’s old enough for parties and bounce houses and putting sprinkles on cake.  Where did my baby go?!





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