Sunday, October 25, 2009

The Third Birthday Party in Four Weeks

The girls have been busy lately going to birthday parties. This time it was finally for someone their own age. One of Chloe's classmates, "E", finally turned 5 and her mom planned a Fancy Nancy Tea party for the girls. It was quite a treat and would have been perfect if not for the hot weather........again. The girls could dress up however they wanted, so Chloe chose an aqua ballerina dance outfit and Pearl wore her Belle princess dress.

On Sunday, Dad took Pearl to the local zoo for a special Halloween event. Chloe woke up sick and Mom stayed home with her. We played together and watched Animal Planet. I even snuck in a little editing time on the computer. That is why we have no pictures from Sunday.

You can click on any of the pictures for a larger view.


Casey said...

So cute!! We love Fancy parties here!!

Carolin said...

oh my goodness, that looks like just too much fun! what a bunch of cutie pies!

Donna said...

I wish there were Fancy parties for Mommies! I can't remember the last time I wore jewelry!

I love Pearl's hair with that sassy little flip at the bottom. Cute!!!

All the kids were beautiful! Great photography and post processing too!

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Hannah said...

I always love your pictures...they are amazing. It looks like such a great party!

Shay Ankerich said...

Beautiful pictures and lovely girls!!! What a fun fancy party!

Leah and Maya said...

wow I tell you we never had parties like these growing up and my daughter might feel deprived but she's not getting one, but how great to go to one. Beautiful pictures.

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

What a great party!! We love fancy nancy in this house:)

The girls look so cute.....the fancy outfits make for great photos....and they are great!!


Teresa said...

Beautiful photos! You are getting to be quite the photographer! Wow!
Love little girls tea parties. They looked like they had a wonderful time despite the weather. Beautiful photos and beautiful memories.