Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Three, Three, Who could it be?

       Our little sugar-and-spice has had a birthday.She had to practice holding up the new age indicator on her fingers, but she got it after a few tries. Ruthie was so thrilled with her new hello kitty comforter, Frozen scooter, and shinny shoes. Zach and I have made an executive decision that a child must be at least 4 years old to receive a party so next year I will do something that involves the color pink and glitter. Even if Ruthie was ready for a party this year, the friends she would be inviting may not have been. Ruth Anne is quite articulate and loves to sing, dance, have her toes painted, go to nursery, jump on the trampoline, read books, go to preschool, and have friends over that will actually play dolls with her. Ruthie is getting pretty good at holding a pen the right way and tracing her name as well as cutting with scissors. She is also my neatest eater- CURRENTLY, not just for her age- and will use a small knife to push her food up onto her fork. I love to listen to her pray for all the children, "to be SO good for mom and dad," and to hear her giggle when she gets excited. 

We love you butterfly blue eyes!

She ate exactly 1 bite of this
butterfly cake she asked for
This is the 4 child and the 6th time I've used that number 3 candle.
It's about done with its usefulness.

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