Scarlett got to see her Grandparents that she doesn't see often. She picked her own cake. Of course it was The Little Mermaid. She was so excited to hear us sing to her. All week she had been practicing singing it to us and informing everyone we saw that she was turning 3. We took a walk with family and spent a lot of time catching up.
On Sunday, we had a Frozen themed birthday at the YMCA where they bounced in bouncy houses and obstacle courses. I am normally the one who loves to plan a good ole' party complete with the best decorations and loveliest details. Her first birthday party here and her second birthday party here felt much more put-together. I feel like I say this a lot but working full-time has stopped me from doing a lot of those things that I love doing. I just don't have the time or energy to plan like I used to. None the less, I still managed to put together a fun Frozen/Bouncy House themed party. And the YMCA was great because they helped me set up and did all the clean up. It was well worth the money. Scarlett and all her little friends had a great time building snowmen out of marshmallows and pretzels. They made Scarlett wonderful cards and brought the most thoughtful gifts. She was a blessed little girl to be so loved by friends an family.
I can't believe that our small little baby has turned 3! I don't know where the time has gone but she sure is turning into one amazing little human. I never know if I'm making the right decisions or doing the best things but I guess we are doing something right….she's such a joy to have in our lives. Happy Birthday Scarlett. We love you.
Cupcakes: Cakes By Amanda
Toppers: Topper Of The World