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She tried for the LONGEST time to get it to blow out -- I somehow snapped this picture just at the right time:
She LOVES blowing out birthday candles. We had to sing and THEN light the candles because she tries to blow them out as soon as they are lit.
A friend of ours bought her a stuffed Minnie -- she sleeps with it at night now:
One of her birthday gifts.... now that her cast is off we can fill it with sand -- I think that is on tap for this weekend:
In the same week as her birthday, she also graduated to a new class at church:
I know I shouldn't be taking pictures during prayer, but this was just TOO cute to pass up:
The day she got her cast off, we went to the back porch and played in the WATER. This is how sooooo many of my other pictures look. I think I'm going to do a video collage of all of the pix I have of her with her eyes closed. There are more of them than with her eyes open!
This picture was also snapped just at the right (or wrong) time. She closed her fingers in the sliding glass door. I had visions of taking her to the ER again (remember -- it's the same day she got her cast off). I also had visions of child protective services getting called on me. It turned out it just bruised her finger.
Her arm is perfect. She acts like there is absolutely nothing wrong. Many of the things she used to use her right AND left hand for, she tends to use her right more often (like using forks/spoons) but she still does use the left occasionally. When playing though, she acts completely normal.