But I will brag a little about what a beautiful, loving and kind little girl she has grown into over the past 7 years.
For her birthday, she wanted to do something a little different than the usual home or park party we usually throw with a bouncy house. Bouncy houses are hard to top, so I was a little nervous.
She asked about a gymnastics party at the YMCA and I was ecstatic to learn it wasn't as expensive as I thought it would be. Honestly, we ended up getting much more than I thought out of it and maybe they spoiled us just a teeny bit.
A gymnastics party at the Y consists of an hour-ish in the gymnastics room. The kids get to run around an obstacle course and free reign at the foam pit. Not to brag, or anything, but I did overhear a few kids talking about this party being the best they'd ever been to.
After the kids are good and ready for replenishment, we got an hour-ish in the multipurpose room, which is decorated with pink and purple balloons, party plates and napkins, and time to enjoy some pizza, chips, popcorn, refreshments and CUPCAKES!
All of this, by the way, facilitated by two of the nicest party helpers ever. They not only helped lead activity in the gymnastics room, but also handed out pizza, drinks, party favors and cupcakes. See? Spoiled!
We sang Happy Birthday and I got the first ever group birthday party photo ever in the history of Deneweth birthday parties.
Then, of course there were presents... and, hey! Did you know Riley was there, too?
I present to you: Riley and Fifi, photo-bomber extraordinaires.
So, yea! I have a 7 year old now... It seems like just yesterday I ... okay okay (I won't get sappy).
<3, Tabi :D