Happy 4th Birthday, Maggie!
Can you believe it?!
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It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. Maggie is 28 months today. The photos are a little blurry, I know, but this girl is in constant motion!
We recently converted Maggie’s crib into a toddler bed, and she has been sleeping really well in it, while enjoying the freedom to get in and out of bed on her own. Next week we start potty training. She is so ready. Maggie’s vocabulary has exploded in recent weeks, and we can have pretty fluid conversations with her now. She is so grown up, and as all you mamas know, it is bittersweet.
We will be leaving for our Disney adventure really soon, staying at Disney’s new Art of Animation Resort. The girls are super excited, and so am I! Disney World, here we come!
*Maggie’s Snow White dress is from the new Disney Artist’s Collection at Target.
It’s time to help Maggie get rid of her binky.
Blueberry pancake face.
We’ve been enjoying a bit of a slower pace lately. With Amelia out of school, our mornings aren’t so rushed, and I don’t have to argue with Amelia to hurry up and finish your breakfast or WE’RE GOING TO BE LATE!
I’ve had time to make blueberry pancakes for breakfast, and we’ve been able to stay in our pajamas a little longer. The dishes & laundry are still piling up, but I am better at ignoring them this time of year. After all, they aren’t going anywhere. Right?
We celebrated Maggie’s birthday this weekend with a brunch for our close family. We had quiche, my mom’s famous hash brown casserole, croissants, fruit tart, and oj (spiked with champagne for the adults). We used vintage melamine plates that I found on a recent thrift, and cut sunflowers from the garden to use as table decoration. It was a very laid back party, where we ate outside with the chickens, who also got a special treat. Our white chicken decided that she would like more than salad, and hopped up on the table after we were done eating to sample some of Maggie’s leftovers. These hens are spoiled! Maggie had fun eating the cupcakes I baked and tearing through her birthday packages. All in all it was a great day for our very special girl.
*pinwheel cupcake toppers are from this Etsy seller.
The playhouse we ordered Maggie for her upcoming second birthday arrived, and we decided to put it together early so she could start enjoying it.
I put it in the center of the garden today, because that’s where all the action is, and Amelia, as well as the chickens, gave it their stamp of approval.