Wednesday, September 10, 2014
This girl. I'm tellin ya. She's just so awesome and I want to slow time down so badly. Keeping her little is like trying to hold water in your hands. She may be double digits now but she's still got some little girl left in her. She rides bikes and plays school. She loves sidewalk chalk and hates brushing her hair. She cries when it storms and misses me when I work. This childhood ain't over yet so I'm gunna keep snapping memories and posting them to find someday when I'm missing my 10 year old.
Whatever happens from this day forward, PLEASE don't let these freckles fade.
Thanks in advance.
Just like ever other year, Holly didn't ask for anything specific for her birthday. Just one thing. The same thing she always asks for: a kick ass party.
Okay so those are my words. Sweet Holly girl just said "A SLEEPOVER!!!"
A sleepover is what Holly asks for every year but she always gets a firm NO. Then we move on to plan B. We've had some really awesome plan B's! Read about them here:
Those were some great parties. However, you only turn to double digits once so we up'd the ante and went with the sleepover party. Very little sleep was involved.
Her friends spoiled her rotten and it really was a blast. They played school for hours and maxed the volume on the jambox the entire night. We ate s'mores , decorated pillow cases, painted nails, had a midnight snack and watched a movie.
Then the dance party resumed at 7am.
Here's the problem with trying to take a pic with a bunch of dancers and the photographer is their dance teacher...
Everyone wants to be in the front.
Holls, your first (and last) sleepover birthday party was worth the exhaustion! I'm so thankful for you. It's been a fantastic decade. Cheers to being 10!
Happy birthday my sweet girl!