We flew to Birmingham to celebrate Emmie's 3rd birthday. It didn't take long upon our arrival before the girls all headed to the play room. Nice shoes, Leah!
Emmie is so intent on using her computer that she has no idea Molly is about to give her a trim.
Grampa was appointed head book reader at bed time.
Emmie was insistent on having a flower party, so Aunt 'Chelle got creative with the flower theme.
Naturally, Molly and Leah were eager to assist with the present opening.
Time for cake!
It was finger lick in' good!
Leah took a quick break from the party festivities to assemble the alphabet with G'mom.
Emmie also got a kite, which was then of course flown. Apparently it's just as much fun to run after someone flying a kite as it is to fly it yourself.
Molly flying with Tate chasing. An image of timeless childhood.
Leah thought the flower balloons needed a bit of love.
The girls were finally all together to wear the Christmas jammies I made them. It was like Christmas Eve in January.
Emmie may be one of the few kids her age that knows what a chalkboard is. For those who don't, it's an upright display you write on with chalk while you stick out your tongue.
Baby rings can turn into steering wheels when you get older.
And the post the baby ring comes from can become a microphone.