Saturday, March 6, 2010

Happy Birthday MeeMaw

We had a very busy day today! Started off at 10:30. Yep! Hubs let me sleep way in today. I needed it since I went to bed at 2:30. I was making a sweet friend of mine's little boy a disney outfit for his upcoming disney trip.
We went to watch hubs play softball and then ate lunch at Rosa's, followed by an ice cream stop. Then, we rushed home to get ready for his MeeMaw's 90th birthday.

I love telling people that both of Aaron's grandparents are alive, still living at home, and they are 90 and 92.
Ava just loves MeeMaw and Pap-poo. Here she is so excited to see MeeMaw.

She talked about both of them the entire car ride there. It was precious!
So, Ava would not smile again for the camera. Except here.

The funny thing is, however, that she is not really smiling here. She was staring into space with a fake smile on her face. She looks a tad demonic to me. HA!! Poor babe didn't have a nap allll day. That never happens. So, she was a trooper!
Her favorite person in the world...her "Auntay". Again, being defiant and not smiling. I wish I knew a trick to get her to smile. She is so darn cute when she smiles for real. I've tried every trick I know. The best is getting her to make the monkey sound. It kinda looks like she is smiling when she does it. Although that technically does NOT count as a smile still. Oh well ;)

Cousins holding cousins.

Notice there are no pictures of me today. That's because, well, my face looks like that of a pizza. Am I 15 or 27?!?! I don't really know what's going on...but I'm here to tell you that I have a zit beard at the moment. I hope it goes away soon cuz it ain't great for the confidence. Especially when I have tons of baby showers and birthday parties going on lately. Ugggh!
Hope you all are having a fabulous weekend!


  1. Thanks!

    I really like Ava's dress - is it one of yours?

  2. Yes, Nichole. That's a sheshe dress. It is part of our new spring line.


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