It’s time to party! Yesterday we celebrated my first birthday with a family party. I got to celebrate birthdays with Bailie and Madison, but this is the first time the party was for me. Having a birthday party is very exciting!
A while ago, Mom and I went to the bakery to order my birthday treats or cake. After doing some extensive taste testing, I decided on some fun cookies for my party. Mom also ordered me a party hat in lime and blue and I have my necktie to wear. It’s obvious Mom has had parties before because she knows all the things we need.
We ordered my cookies with lime green and yellow frosting. I got the big one with my name on it and my sisters each got a balloon bouquet with the number one and a paw print. Mom found decorations with lots of polka dots, some of them lime green. We did have one big problem, the cookies smelled really good. Even Mom wanted to taste one, but she didn’t. She put them away so no one could steal them before my party.
On my birthday afternoon, we had my party, just me and my sisters. We all sat properly at the table with our party hats and waited patiently for some photos and finally my birthday treats.
Mom served up the cookies and told us we could dig in. Dig in we did, some faster than others, uh um, Olivia…
Madison is the exact opposite of Olivia. She savors everything she eats and really takes her time. My party was no exception.
This is rather embarrassing, but I had some trouble eating my cookie. It was big and I didn’t know how to go about eating it. For a short time I watched how my sisters were eating their cookies.
Hey Bailie, I see you have your cookie in small pieces. How did you make that happen? She is nice to me, and I didn’t attempt to steal her cookie, so she told me to crunch mine to get pieces.
Should I really pick it up and crunch it into small pieces? It is so cute but I guess it must be done.
No, I could not crunch it, but I love the taste of it in my mouth. Maybe my mom will break it up for me. My cookie is making me happy, but I would be happier if I could eat it.
Meanwhile, everyone is finishing up their cookies, and I think Olivia has her eyes on my cookie. She would never steal from me, would she? Nah…
Olivia is a happy camper and has finished her cookie first. No surprise there. She snarfs everything down normally.
Mom did help me with my cookie and I finished half of it. Then I thought I better make sure Bailie didn’t have any leftovers, and she did not. She sure is a nice big sister to me, probably the nicest one that I have!
After a quick snuggle, I finished the rest of my cookie finally. What a shame I only got one cookie for each of us. I guess we will have to wait for Olivia’s birthday in March for some more tasty bakery goods. My party was lots of fun and I had a great time celebrating being one. Stay tuned for tomorrow when we have a few birthday bloopers for you.
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