This past weekend we celebrated the girls’ 3rd and 5th birthday with a joint unicorn party. Ever since the day after her birthday last year (where I completely got overwhelmed and canceled the entire thing after getting rained out) that her party when she turned 5 was going to be a unicorn party. She insisted on unicorn cake, cupcakes, piñata, and unicorn decorations. She also told me Lilah wanted an Elmo party but, Lilah then assured me she liked unicorns also. Anyway, long story shot, this is going to be a post with way too many pictures (most of candy and unicorns) just so you know what you’re getting yourself in to….
We celebrated this little girl’s 5th birthday yesterday with the most epic unicorn themed birthday party I could pull together (more pics on that coming soon!). I feel like having a 5 year old makes me really old but this age with her is so fun. We can go out all day long without bringing a thing with us and she’s so happy to go out exploring and hang with her mama.
Spring vegetables are some of my family’s favorite. Peas are the just about the only green veggie my kids will eat on a regular basis and I’m always looking for ways to add more vegetables into our diets. These Spring Pea with Pesto Frittata Muffins from Gabi at Mi Cielo are the perfect on-the-go breakfast and make yummy and nutritious after school snacks. Click through for the whole quick and simple recipe…
Well, I’m going to go ahead and say that our first family Disney trip was a total success! I put the trip together in about three months, which is too close to departure date for most real Disney planners but everything really came together exactly how I envisioned it would. We ended up splitting the trip between Aaron’s Dad’s house in Jacksonville, Disney, and Winter Park for my best friend’s wedding so it felt like we had three vacations for the price of one!
And just like that you’re THREE years old. I spent the entire day watching those movies my iPhone creates (why oh WHY is that music so sad!) and crying just thinking about how big you are and how much we’ve done together. But it’s a fact. You’re not really a baby anymore. You’re going to school part-time, you’re potty trained, you have opinions and let us know them, and now you play on the “big kids” playground with confidence.