This weekend marked Gracie’s 4th birthday and our first Princess Tea Party. There were little girls, princess crowns, jewels, cookies, and Cinderella all under one rockin’ roof.
Some of these little ones I have had the pleasure of knowing since they were just babies, to see them now as 4 & 5 year olds really makes my heart skip a beat.
Jude attended the party too- but he wasn’t happy about it. Too much attention for his sister. No one noticed his efforts to make loud noises and steal frosted cookies. Better luck with that next year buddy!
This might be my most favorite picture of all time….
If they stay friends forever, like I have been fortunate enough to do with my best friends, then one day I’ll be sharing this picture at their actual bridal shower. How much cuteness can one Mama take? If you’re a fan of little girly girls then keep reading…
You have never seen 6 little girls stay so still. Cinderella was amazing.
The hand and foot photos in the background are Gracen’s hands and feet at 7 months old. We did the same with Jude’s hands and feet, which are in a different section of the house. I just marvel at how much those little hands and feet can do now.
I love each of these little girls so much. In my mind they are an extension of my own kids. I didn’t just get a Gracie and Jude, I got all of the kids they love, their beautiful Mama’s & Papa’s, and a whole lot of helping hands too.
‘You’ll note the leopard print jeans my Princess has on. As one of the Mom’s pointed out- she’s just so Jersey. The higher the hair the closer to God, and of course the more animal print the better! (insert imaginary fist pump here.)
This was the first year it snowed (OH! How it snowed!) on Gracen’s birthday. What a beautiful way to celebrate the birth of my favorite girl. The morning she was born it was raining and gloomy. I’d say soft snow fall and bright sunshine is much more suited for Princess Gracie.
The perfect princess party for the perfect princess girl. Happy 4th Birthday Gracie Girl. We love you sooooooo much!