Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Better get used to disappointment kid!

When Sam turned three, the only thing he wanted was a fisher-price garage. It cost $30, which was a lot for our law schooling selves. But it was all he talked about for months. So that's what he got.

When Benjamin turned three, he wanted a car cake and a batman toy. Easy. Very easy.

When Nicholas turned three, he didn't want anything but a Wall-E cake. He didn't want a party. He didn't want presents {but he got them anyway}. He just really wanted a Wall-E cake. The pressure weighed heavy on my non-cake decorating skills, but he was happy.

Eliana turns three in August. {How is it possible that my tiny baby is turning three?} And what does our little girl want for her birthday? A pony. Not a my little pony. Not a fuzzy stuffed pony. She wants, as she puts it "A real pony. That makes noise and I can ride on it and it breathes."

Good luck with that one, Eliana. For your sake, I hope the birthday fairy is real.


Cheryl said...

Hahaha! So it begins!!

Lots of love!!

Michele said...

Well she is the princess of the family...why not?

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Zoe said...

Hey Rachel, so glad that you commented on my blog. I was wondering if you guys got my card. I have been checking your blog but no updates. I guess I am one to talk. I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. Have a great new year too! :)

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