Here are the pictures from Poppy’s third birthday party.
ALL the rainbows. ALL the ponies.
You guys, I kept it small. I limited the guests, it was going to be small but special, and 100% stress free, naturally.
In her own words, she called it her, “PON BIR-DAY” and would stomp her feet as her whole face eclipsed with smile.
Let’s also all forget that just before everyone arrive I made it clear to Andrew that “We are never throwing a child’s birthday party again,” in hushed tones as he nodded in agreement.
And to be honest, looking at these pictures, I have forgotten that I said that, and all I remember is how wonderful it was. Because it WAS!
And everyone came, and it was magical, and Poppy about burst with happiness, which seeped into all of us, and after we were all stuffed on pink cupcakes and filled with food, we all sat around and smiled while the kids tore around the yard just before the night came.
And we all felt Poppy’s magic and joy at her special day.
This was how Poppy felt throughout the day.
Poppy with her two brothers, “Winnie” and “Dy-jah”
Waiting for the first guests to arrive, seeing them come!
“WHO IS SEEING THIS!?!” -Poppy
Daddy was jimmy rigging the pinata as the kids lined up.
Poppy was a natural
Poppy even had her first sleep over with her friend Treasure and the girls were TOO cute together.
Happy birthday sweet girl, we love you to pieces.
We love you SO much, maybe we’ll even throw you another party sometime, perhaps a year or two from now. Maybe even with a profesh princess or a pony ride, and one of those cakes that I found on Pinterest instead of $1.29 cupcakes I made myself! Either way, you’ll be celebrated for being the happiest, sweetest girl around who we could not love more!