My pretty in pink party was a success. I am now seven and other than a few of the typical bloopers, my birthday was awesome! Per usual, I did some photos of just me before my guest arrived. Except for Nelson, we all had some kind of pink party hats. Nelson refused to wear pink.
This year I ordered a pink cake for my seventh birthday. It is a basic cake with vanilla frosting and pink coconut around the sides. I’m super happy about how pink it is. The Three Dog Bakery doesn’t use artificial ingredients, making good color difficult to get, but they nailed it on my cake!
Once my siblings found their chairs and donned their party hats, I thanked them for being great sisters and brothers. I also let them know I appreciate them for coming to my pretty in pink party even though it is my color.
Next comes the fancy family photo before we are allowed to cut and eat the cake. “Everybody look at Mom and say squirrel, but don’t take off running, please.”
Finally, we finished the boring photos and it is now time to dig in.
Miss Piggy, I mean Olivia put the entire piece of cake in her mouth at once! Where are her manners?
Nelson and Bailie are reasonable eaters. They at least taste their cake before swallowing it.
Since no one seems to have issues with the taste, I figure I can start to eat my piece of cake. Mom says I do everything slow in life. Maybe she is right.
I think all the tongues tell you a bit about how yummy my cake is. Bailie is even trying to smile.
When everyone else finished their cake, I started to lick and then eat my cake.
My cake is really yummy, and the frosting and coconut is amazing! I love a good pretty in pink party, regardless of my sisters saying it is kind of silly.
Because I’m short eating at the table is not easy. I usually take my dessert and put it on my chair to eat. Afterwards, I clean up the crumbs around my place.
Olivia has become civilized in a few ways, like not getting on the table. Nelson has picked up where she left off. It seems that Bailie finds it amusing.
Mom says Nelson isn’t going to wear the birthday tie anymore because it can’t be seen 99.9% of the time. He needs to get a different tie I guess.
That’s a wrap for my pretty in pink party, and I am one happy pink girl! Seven is going to be a super year, I can feel it!
PS: Did you know Pink was in town for a concert last night, on my birthday, and Mom didn’t get me tickets!
My party was outside, so I’m joining my friends at Living Laughing and Barking in Our Backyard for their Nature Friday blog hop.