Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Happy Birthday Baba

For Baba's birthday she decided to have her birthday dinner at a restaurant that was close to our house! Which meant that we got to celebrate Baba's birthday with her on a school night! We had a fancy dinner at Edward Levesque and then headed back to our house for cake and some presents.I am super helpful when it comes to opening presents.
Baba really liked the soap and cream that we got her.
And she really liked the present from Uncle Jon, Uncle Josh and Emily.
Grandpa made the traditional Dunton birthday cake and brought it to my house to be decorated. I am very specific and precise with my Smartie deployment and I wanted to use every single candle in the box!
I kept a close eye on Grandpa while he lit the candles.
Bringing out the cake to the birthday girl while we all sing.
She loved cake, just look at her sheer happiness.
Aunt Emily helped Baba and I blow out the candles. Grandpa said that Baba had four boyfriends, which is apparently down from last year!
After the cake it was photo session time, Lola and the birthday girl!
Lola and Emily.
The boys.
The ladies!
Uncle Jon loves his kissing photos!

Happy Birthday Baba! Thanks for coming over to celebrate with us!

Silver Heels

This past weekend was the Collingwood Yacht Club's Annual Sail Past and Grandpa and Oma invited us up to join them on Silver Heels. The sail past was going to be my first time actually out on the water. The weather didn't cooperate when we visited Silver Heels last time and we only had lunch on the boat.
But this time it was a perfect day for sailing; the sun was shining and the wind was blowing and I spent most of the trip asleep with Mom down below.
Nick and Shannon came with us; they along with Dad were the crew; Oma was in charge of in-sail services and Mom was in charge of me.
Skipper Grandpa at the helm.
I woke up for the end of the sail, just in time to see that we had actually left the dock and to help the Skipper get us back home safely.
Modeling the latest motionball hat!
After sailing we headed home to put on our party clothes and came back to the Club for dinner and dancing. It was a great night and while Mom did bring the camera, she neglected to take any photos from the rest of the night.
Team Silver Heels Ahoy! Mom got us all these jazzy Silver Heels matching t-shirts. We were the best dressed sailing team on the water. Thanks for the great visit Grandpa and Oma, I'll be back!

Big Girl Bike Riding - Part 2

Uncles and Cool Hair

Thursday, June 16, 2011

The Perfect Alibi

Alexandra invited me and a few other ladies over to her Grandpa's boat for a visit. There were six ladies under the age of 3 and Dustind (he spent most of his time hanging with the boys and driving the boat, yes the 6 year old drove the 78 foot boat for the majority of the cruise). Here is a shot of the chaos as the ladies started getting ready.
This is Alexandra's Dad and her Grandpa. I wish I had more shots of the boat, it is bigger then our house and has 5 bathrooms. Yup, we ladies like to travel in style.
Don't worry Dad, you totally aren't raising any expectations here!
Mom tried to organize a photo of all the girls, but the twins weren't all that interested.
This is a pretty good shot of Maddy, Alexandra, myself, and Bella. A pretty cute crew, any captain would be lucky to have us! Thanks for the invite Alexandra!

Thirty Four Months Old

Thank gosh Uncle Jon has been out of town on business this week or he would have been totally bugging Mom about the late posting of these pictures.
Thank heaven for small miracles, like thirty four month old girls and business trips that take uncles out East.

More Cake Pops

There was a bake sale at my daycare. And Mom was determined to win it. Now keep in mind that there was no actual official competition, but Mom was still determined.

So, she pulled out the Cake Pops book and spent an evening making these cute little cupcake ice cream cones.
They were by far the cutest thing at the bake sale, the first item to sell out and the only item to almost start a fight. Mom takes that as a sign of her complete domination of the Boulton Avenue bake sale!
Watch out if you ever ask her to bake anything for you!